Watford take lead in a crazy four minutes but held to draw

Watford were held to a draw after going ahead to take on the lead with a crazy four-minute period that saw the Javi Gracia’s side scored two goals and Everton missing a penalty straight after but were denied in Stoppage time

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Everton who had taken the lead after Richarlison gave the Toffees the lead with the build-up coming from an offside position with Theo Walcott laying the ball off from an offside position the Andre Gomes took towards the byline and square for the Brazilian to rifle into the back of the net.

Four minutes of crazy turnaround

After the second-half saw Watford take the lead after Seamus Coleman stuck the ball into his own net after Kiko Fermina’s cross into the penalty box was turned towards goal by Roberto Pereyra but hit the left side post and hit Coleman into the back of the net.

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Straight from the Everton kick-off the same combination saw Javi Gracia’s side hit the back of the net with Fermina finding Pereyra who put a cross into the box and Abdoulaye Doucoure rose highest to nod past Jordan Pickford for a 2-1 win.

Kabasele concedes a penalty and winning stoppage time Free-kick

A couple of minutes’s later the Hornets defender Christian Kabasele conceded a penalty from a long throw pushing Marco Silva’s defender Yerry Mina with the referee pointing straight to the penalty spot but Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty to the centre of the goal was kicked away by the trailing leg of Ben Foster.

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With Everton pushing for a winner, Kabasele wasn’t finished yet panicking in the last minute of stoppage time and handled on the edge of the box while challenging for the ball and Lucas Digne curled into the top left corner beating Foster in goal for a 2-2 draw.



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