Burnley v Watford live blog: Hornets beaten after Zeegelaar first-half red card at Turf Moor
Marvin Zeegelaar sent off as Watford are beaten at Burnley
Burnley boss Sean Dyche queries offside calls in victory over former club Watford
Watford boss Marco Silva labels Marvin Zeegelaar’s red card at Burnley a ‘harsh decision’
Christian Kabasele says Watford must ‘find a solution’ to break down teams like Burnley
Burnley v Watford ratings: Christian Kabasele on form but few other plus points from Clarets defeat
Watford head coach Marco Silva said Marvin Zeegelaar’s red card was “harsh, harsh, harsh, harsh”, after Scott Arfield’s first-half goal gave Burnley victory over the Hornets.
Burnley 1-0 Watford: Scott Arfield scores after Marvin Zeegelaar red
If revenge is a dish best served cold, a snowy Turf Moor was an ideal location. Sean Dyche began a managerial career of underappreciated overachievement in charge of Watford against Burnley
Six minutes of commotion, devilment and enterprise at the end of the first period ultimately proved decisive in this ferociously competitive contest.
As I walked towards the ground, I was amazed to see someone setting up a stall selling Burnley/Watford half-and-half scarves. Who on earth did he think would buy one?
My record in the North West began back in 2005, as Watford travelled to Anfield for the Carling Cup semi-final 1st leg. I remember my dad coming to pick me up from school and using the excuse of ‘dentist appointment’ as my reason for leaving early. That was 12 years ago. And since then (before yesterday’s Burnley match) I had seen us play in that region a total of 21 times, won 0, drawn 3 and lost 18.