Sky Sports: Just under three minutes after coming on, Richarlison edged Everton ahead, stooping low to head Michael Keane’s cross home (63) against his former club, but Watford turned the game on its head with two goals in 88 seconds.
BHappy: This will be the day that we cash in all of our Goodison chips. This is for Chris Powell, and the ultimately decisive penalty given against him for having the ball smashed into his face in 2005. This is for Lucas Digne’s 96th-minute free kick three years ago. For Alice breaking down on the M6, for me taking out the side of the Qashqai in a hurried attempt to park in 2015. For Felix’s puncture in 2000, the insane jacking up on the side of the motorway before rushing to Goodison to see us get effortlessly dicked. Again. For Gomes’ injury and Cleverley’s missed penalty. For Steve Terry in 1983, one of six defeats in six visits in our first top flight spell. You wouldn’t have chosen to cash in all those chips at once. But given that we were to go whole hog, it would have been rude not to enjoy it.
Fran’s Watford Blog: The celebrations were tinged with disbelief. None of us had seen that performance coming. The players were throwing shirts (and gloves) into the crowd. On the way out of the ground there were hugs with Simona and Dave. We spent so long celebrating that we were on the last bus back to the city centre.