Mario Lemina Feed
Hasenhüttl: We can overcome loss of Højbjerg
Southampton manager on replacing the suspended midfielder against West Ham.
International round-up: Victory for Armstrong
Catch up on how today's three international representatives fared.
International preview: Three Saints in action
Find out what's at stake for Mario Lemina, Cédric and Stuart Armstrong.
Saints' November international guide
Your daily breakdown of who plays who and when.
Hoedt a doubt for Watford
Saints defender suffering with a foot infection.
Elyounoussi on target for Norway
Read our round-up from the final day of action during the international week.
Long's Ireland host Wales in Nations League
Seven Saints in action on final day of internationals.
Lemina's Gabon in AFCON qualifying action
Midfielder leads trio of Saints on international duty.
Saints' October international guide
Who plays who and when over the coming days?
Final day of international action for Saints
As many as five Saints players could be in action as the latest international week concludes.
Two Saints feature in Saturday action
Davis and Lemina play duration as McCarthy is made to wait for senior England bow.
Saints' September international guide
Find out when and where each international Saint will be in action.
Hughes praises midfield duo
Saints boss on contribution of Pierre-Emile Højbjerg and Mario Lemina.
Eleven Saints earn international calls
Find out which Saints will be representing their countries next week.
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Sure Pressure Series: Beat The Stat
Saints trio take on the Sure Pressure Series: Beat The Stat.
Lemina’s Gabon defeat UAE
Saints midfielder helps his team to third place in the King’s Cup.
Lemina features for Gabon in Thailand
Mario Lemina plays duration of penalty shootout defeat.
March international calls
Thirteen Saints on duty with their respective national teams.
Lemina nominated for Premier League award
Mario Lemina shortlisted for February Goal of the Month.
Quiz: Can you name every country to have produced a Saints goalscorer?
Tackle our latest quiz after Mario Lemina made Saints' history.
Video: Mario calls for continued momentum
Watch the midfielder's verdict on West Brom
Mario Lemina Saints HistoryLast updated 23 Mar 2019
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Mario Lemina BiographyLast updated 14 Mar 2019
Former clubs: Lorient, Marseille, JuventusBorn in Libreville, Gabon in September 1993, the central midfielder started his playing career at the age of 11 with French side FC Lorient's youth academy.
He was promoted to the first team during the 2012-13 season and made 18 appearances before leaving for Marseille in 2013.
Lemina spent two seasons in Ligue 1 with Marseille, where he helped the club to a fourth-place finish in Ligue 1 the 2014-15 season.
He would make 55 appearances in total for the French club, scoring three times, with his performances seeing his reputation blossom.
Throughout the summer of 2015, the young midfielder attracted attention from a number of clubs, but eventually completed a season-long loan to Juventus.
The temporary switch to Italy came with an option of a permanent move at the end of the season, which the Old Lady activated on the 29th of April 2016.
During his time in with Juventus, Lemina won back-to-back Serie A and Coppa Italia titles.
His experience of competing for major titles does not end there, though, as he was also part of the squad that helped the Italian side reach last season's Champions League final.
Lemina came on as a 78th-minute substitute in Cardiff, although there was little he could do to prevent a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Spanish giants.
In total, the midfielder made 47 appearances for Juventus, before completing his club-record switch to St Mary's.
Internationally, despite representing France at junior level, the 23-year-old is now a part of the Gabon national side.
He featured for them in this year's Africa Cup of Nations, although injury limited his involvement to just a single appearance, while he is a key part of their ongoing 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign, with Gabon currently second – behind Ivory Coast – after two games in their group.