As actions resumed across top European leagues, English side Watford were faced with an uphill task when they welcomed, Manchester United in a middle table clash.
In consistent Manchester United side hoped to bounce back from their ruins as they went toe to toe with Watford side who has not been in it's best form in the current campaign.
The fixture which produced 5goals began in an intensive approach and it could have been the home side, Watford, who could have broken the deadlock but Watford striker, Sarr failed to beat De Gea and it's rebounds scored by, Kiko Femenia , was knocked off by VAR.
Not unshaken and deterred, Sarr and King kept on creating chances and had it's hardwork pay off as, Joshua King, finished up a low drive delivery by Nigerian international, Dennis Bonaventure.
Deadly on counter attacks, Watford striker, Sarr, redeemed himself owing to his double penalty miss with a thunderous strike inside the box to have the host leading by 2goals before half time.
On emergence for the second half, Manchester United woes compounded as defender, Harry Maiguire, was given a matching order at the 69th minutes after Dutch midfielder, Van De Beek, had pulled a goal for Manchester United.
Watford Brazilian International, Joao Pedro, took the game out of first for the 'Red devils' as he banked on Nigeria international, Dennis Bonaventure, assist to score at the 90+ minute.
Nigeria international, Dennis Bonaventure, who already has his name written twice on the Assist book, had a chance to write his name on the goal scorers sheet and capitalized on it to send the 'Hornet' fans into rapture.
At full time, Watford carted away maximum points with a (4-1) scoreline with Nigeria international, Dennis Bonaventure, having two assists and a goal to his name.
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