Maarten Stekelenburg started for Southampton in their Europa League qualification match against Vitesse Arnhem.
Veteran keeper Maarten Stekelenburg has been obtained by Southampton after they worked out a loan deal with parent club Fulham for the entire 2015/2016 season.
Maarten Stekelenburg gave up two goals and his teammates couldn't even manage one in a critical struggle near the bottom of the table.
Fulham have been giving up goals at a disturbing pace and the returns of Maarten Stekelenburg and Brede Hangeland couldn't stop Arsenal from scoring twice in a comfortable 2-0 win.
Maarten Stekelenburg has returned from his injury layoff to start for Fulham in the club's FA Cup match with Norwich City on January 14th.
Maarten Stekelenberg has been given clearance to return to action and may get the start in the Cottager's upcoming Monday night game against Crystal Palace. Boss Martin Jol also stated that Brede Hangeland, Scott Parker, and Dimitar Berbatov are also available for the clash.
Maarten Stekelenburg left last weekend's match after a collision with Jozy Altidore and has not recovered in time for this weekend's match.
The Dutch goalkeeper was forced off after 75 minutes after a collision with Sunderland forward Jozy Altidore.