Super Eagles of Nigeria assistance captain William Troost Ekong has reacted after guiding Xisco led Watford football club of England to their third consecutive victories, following their 2-1 victory over Wayne Rooney led Derby County on Friday night.
The Nigerian international who has been outstanding for the English club since joining them at the beginning of the season, did the same again on Friday, as he guided them to a deserved victory.
The former Udinese Calcio football club of Italy star won many tackles and clearances for his team, as they condemned Wayne Rooney's team to a first defeat in three games.
Goals from Joao Pedro and Will Hughes were enough to give the home team victory, despite the fact that the visitors conceded a late own goal, as the match ended 1-0, and the victory means Watford FC have won their last 3 matches played in the English Championship.
Reacting after guiding Watford to their 3rd straight wins, William Troost Ekong posted on his verified Instagram handle on Saturday afternoon that;
"WWW, what a week! Well done to all the boys and staff. The hard work continues 💪🟡⚫+3."
Football lovers reactions to William Troost Ekong's statement.
The three consecutive victories in the English Championship have now taken Watford FC to the 3rd spot in the League table.
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