WFC.Net goal commentary: 1
BBC Sport: Kai Havertz converted a low cross from Kenedy – who was making his first Premier League start for the club since May 2017 – to give the hosts the lead early in the first half. Gosling’s header from Adam Masina’s delivery appeared to have earned Watford a share of the spoils, but Barkley scored with virtually the last moment of action to deny Roy Hodgson’s team.
Sky Sports: It looked like being a familiar tale for Chelsea, who came into the game on the back of just one home win in their last five league visits to Stamford Bridge, but Barkley was on hand to ensure the Blues ended the season on a winning note when his header from James’ cross squirmed past Daniel Bachmann in the Watford goal (90).
Fran’s Watford Blog: The players came over to applaud the travelling fans and were greeted with cheers, which was gratifying. It had been a decent showing, the players had put a shift in, and, after the late equaliser, we felt as if we deserved a point from the game, so went home relatively happy.