Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe speaking to BBC Sport: "In some ways it sort of mirrored our season.
"It was a really cruel twist. We worked so hard to create the chances we needed and you think in that moment you've been rewarded.
"We've had a couple of nearly moments. If that was scored last year it would have counted. It certainly hurt us psychologically in that moment.
"We were in the game. The players were committed to everything we asked them to do today. I'm disappointed with the two goals we conceded.
"We've got to still believe it is possible. It is difficult and fate is out of our hands. We'll wait and see."
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl to BBC Sport: "We had it in our own hands to make it clear and massive chances in the second half. I think Ingsy only makes the difficult ones, not the easy ones.
"He had to wait to shoot (the penalty) and maybe he's thinking about the 21 goals in his mind and maybe getting 22.
"The second goal would have killed the game earlier so it was a massive battle from my side. You see it is not necessary to play for relegation or Europa league, it is enough to play for three points."