Tag: Sep18

18th September 2016-Premier League, Watford 3 Manchester United 1

Previously v Manchester United

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clips of Jon Marks BBC 3CR commentary

Goal 1     Goal 2     Goal 3

Video and pictures of the third goal.

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Live report

Full time report: Sunday, September 18, 2016 has now joined the list of famous dates in Watford’s history after an incredible performance of desire, heart and an inspirational will to win

See how the Watford players rated in today’s win over Manchester United

In pictures

Watford boss Walter Mazzarri delighted with historic win over Manchester United

Watford boss Mazzarri hails impact of substitutes during famous win over Manchester United

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho blames refereeing decisions and bad luck on Watford defeat

Watford goalscorer Juan Zuniga says head coach Walter Mazzarri has brought a “winning mentality” to Vicarage Road

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Guardian report:Watford caught them cold and started superbly.

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 report:I should perhaps preface this piece with a warning; specifically, surprisingly and somewhat contrary to the popular line I’m not going to concentrate on the visitors.

Fran’s report: It feels like the 80s all over again and I never thought I would be able to say that.

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 podcast:Watford fans could have been forgiven for thinking things couldn’t get much better after last week’s extraordinary comeback at West Ham. Well, they just did.

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18th September 2012- Championship, Watford 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 1

Video from Brighton’s Facebook page of the penalty and goal

Craig Mackail-Smith scored his sixth goal in four games as Brighton beat Watford to maintain their impressive start to the league season.

Zola’s Hornets, still a work in progress after their summer overhaul, did have their chances with Fernando Forestieri coming closest when his shot clipped the crossbar, while they could have had a couple of penalties of their own.

 It’s only a matter of time before kickoff is preceded by a “PREVIOUSLY ON…” round-up for those who missed the last episode or, like me, have been waiting for it all to slow down before they start paying proper attention, in case they start feeling a bit giddy. What did happen to Ikechi Anya? Who bumped off Martin Taylor? Is he the new bloke from them or is he the other new bloke from the others? Why the hell is Sharon back again? Why is Darcey Bussell’s nose so pointy?

18th September 2010- Championship, Millwall 1 Watford 6

Watford produced a stunning display to end Millwall’s 10-month unbeaten home record in emphatic fashion.

The game was as good as over by half-time after early goals from John Eustace and Jordon Mutch were followed by Marvin Sordell’s effort. Adrian Mariappa extended the lead early in the second half before Millwall briefly fluttered into life through Liam Trotter’s goal. However, Danny Graham snuffed out the threat of an unlikely comeback before Martin Taylor scored a late sixth to put the seal on an emphatic success.

An afternoon deserving of old-fashioned BSaD ratings, then: fives all round reflecting both the unified discipline of the performance and the many individual triumphs within it. Of those triumphs, you want to salute those who’ve had a bit of stick lately, justified or not: Jordon Mutch, Don Cowie, Stephen McGinn. But it’s difficult to get beyond one stark fact: that John Eustace bossed this game like Mr Bronson with a loudhailer.

100 Greatest Watford Wins- No.28: Kenny Jackett won’t forget his first match as a manager against his old club in a hurry.

Taken from the programme on 25th September 2010- Championship, Watford 3 Middlesbrough 1

18th September 1999-Premier League, Watford 1 Chelsea 0

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 report:Smart work sees off Chelsea

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BSAD report:Surely one of the most famous results in the club’s history, staggering even by Graham Taylor’s standards.

100 Greatest Watford Wins- No.35: The Premiership and its hype and self-importance could be irritating at times but this was one of those rare days when all the pundits had to sit in their armchairs and accept that sometimes might doesn’t mean right.

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