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Watford vs Manchester City: Ben Foster confident Hornets will build on display against Premier League leaders
The reigning champions had controlled Tuesday’s game and led through goals from Leroy Sane and Riyad Mahrez but Abdoulaye Doucoure scrambled in for Watford in the 85th minute to give the hosts hope of an unlikely comeback. Watford sent goalkeeper Ben Foster forward for set-pieces in a frantic finish, with Guardiola introducing defensive reinforcements to deal with the pressure, but the visitors held on for their seventh successive league win.
Abdoulaye Doucouré bundled in an 85th-minute goal and City ended the match sucked into a pressure situation. Defending set pieces, all hands to the pump, nerves on edge, it was a reminder of how quickly, and how dangerously, control can evaporate.
As this was Watford’s “rainbow laces” game in support of LGBT+ inclusion in sport, the 1881 and the Proud Hornets had worked together to put on a rainbow banner display in the Rookery, which was absolutely magnificent.
A strange thing happened, we went and won an award! At this year’s Football Supporters Federation Awards, we were honoured to be named “Club Podcast of The Year”. In this podcast, you will get to hear what happened on the night, our thoughts on the FA Cup draw, we chat to Sky Sports, and Woking Assistant Manager, Martin Tyler plus we finish the podcast discussing the 2-1 (and only 2-1) lose to Manchester City.