Watford’s bid to leave the relegation zone was cancelled out a shocking fashion as the 10-man Everton scored a 3-2 comeback win at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
Adam Masina and Roberto Pereyra helped Watford to a two-goal lead, but unlikely hero Yerry Mina scored twice in first-half stoppage time for Everton.
Theo Walcott scored late as Everton overcame Fabian Delph‘s sending-off to secure three points and ninth place on the table.
Watford sits 19th, two points off the safe spaces.
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Log Leaders Liverpool equalled Manchester City’s record of 20 consecutive Premier League wins at home with an emphatic victory over Southampton at Anfield.
Midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the opener just after half time – his second goal in as many league matches – when he drilled the ball low into the bottom corner. Liverpool’s skipper Jordan Henderson made it 2-0 on the hour mark with a calm finish after being set up by Roberto Firmino.
Captain Henderson then played in Mohamed Salah for Liverpool’s third and Egypt forward added a fourth from close range in the last minute. Only Bill Shankly’s Liverpool team in 1972 had a longer winning streak on home soil in English top-flight history.
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