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Man City's Schmeichel winning admirers at Coventry

Kasper Schmeichel drew more comparisons with his father after earning Coventry their first away point in 2008 with a 0-0 draw at Southampton.

City boss Chris Coleman was relieved to break his away-day duck and secure another point towards surviving in the Championship.

Schmeichel, a spectator for most of a wretched first half at freezing St Mary's, made some fine saves after the break from Stern John, Jason Euell and Bradley Wright-Phillips.

The young keeper, on loan from Manchester City, pulled off a superb star-jump save - reminiscent of legendary dad Peter - to keep out John's far-post header as the Sky Blues ended a run of eight straight away defeats.

"He reminds everyone of his dad, he's got that presence and makes the goal look small," said Coleman.

"He's got lots of confidence - he's still young and he's only going to get better. We're very happy to have him here."

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