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Relive coverage of Watford’s 95th-minute equaliser to salvage a draw at West Bromwich Albion
Richarlison scores in fifth minute of injury time to earn Watford deserved draw at West Bromwich Albion
West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis takes issue with Michael Oliver’s late decisions following Watford draw
Marco Silva praises Watford’s spirit after what he believed was a deserved draw against West Bromwich Albion
Watford v West Brom ratings: Richarlison man of the match at The Hawthorns
WATFORD FAN’S VIEW: Team spirit under Marco Silva has Hornets on the up, while Richarlison looking a steal at £11million
Richarlison scored an injury-time equaliser as Watford came from two goals down to save a point at West Bromwich Albion.
Richarlison’s 94th-minute header earned Watford an unlikely point after coming back from two goals down against West Brom at The Hawthorns.
Watford’s winning run on the road has come to an end, although you would never have guessed so by the wild celebrations among the travelling supporters at the final whistle. This felt more like a victory for Marco Silva’s resilient side, who recovered from being 2-0 down inside 21 minutes against notoriously difficult opponents to salvage a thoroughly deserved point courtesy of yet another last-gasp goal from Richarlison.
West Brom were denied a first win in five Premier League matches after Richarlison’s header deep into added time salvaged a 2-2 draw for Watford at The Hawthorns.
Richarlison is establishing a reputation for high drama, the superhero of stoppage time for Watford.
Losing your voice. That’s the one. That’s when you know that it’s been a belter, that it’s been worthwhile. Lots of components make up an away day on and off the pitch… result, performance, excitement. Journey, company, food. Some of which might be more important to you and some less, but losing your voice, as a marker, trumps everything.
When the team news came through there was much discussion of the only change from the Swansea game as Deeney was chosen in place of the previous week’s goalscorer, Gray. To me the change made sense as, against a Pulis team, Deeney’s strength would be more important than Gray’s pace.
Oh international football, why must you spoil it for everyone? I’m having such tremendous fun following the ‘Orns this season that I want to do it every week.
As it transpired, the hosts were playing more of a 4-4-2, but as early as the 12th minute Watford had switched their wide men around, with Richarlison moving to the right and Carrillo to the left.