BBC Sport: Roy Hodgson said his Watford team were “running out of time” to preserve their Premier League status after being thrashed at Wolves.
Sky Sports: Three of the goals came in the space of eight first-half minutes with Raul Jimenez and Daniel Podence finding the net either side of Cucho Hernandez’s own goal.
The Guardian: Rúben Neves’s sumptuous chip five minutes from time allowed Wolves to match their 4-0 win over Blackpool in 2011 on a night that Ben Foster will probably want to forget as Watford’s good run on the road came to an abrupt halt. The former West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper, who celebrated Watford’s FA Cup semi-final win over these opponents three years ago with a tweet mentioning Wo1ve5 in memory of the Baggies’ 5-1 win at Molineux in Mick McCarthy’s final game here in 2012, was harangued all evening long by the Wolves fans and gave away the ball for Daniel Podence to make it 3-0 in the 21st minute.
BHappy: Wolves barely need to be paying attention to find themselves 3-0 up. Kamara is more eye-catchingly exposed for the second scrambling after a neglected opponent before the ball finds its way to Ait-Nouri, similarly neglected on Wolves’ left flank. He sends a perfunctory ball across the face of goal and Cucho, of all people, inadvertently tucks it inside Ben Foster’s near post.
Fran’s Watford Blog: Don applauded the players at the end, but he is a better person than I am. That performance had been soul-destroying. There was just nothing to redeem it. A lack of ideas, a lack of any cohesion. A rag-tag group of players who didn’t look like they had met before that evening and certainly couldn’t find a teammate with a pass. The mistakes for the goals were dreadful. In all honestly, it was a performance that was characterised by a complete lack of confidence, and I don’t know how you remedy that. The poor performance on the pitch is met by fury from many in the crowd which, while understandable, just makes the experience worse.