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Bournemouth scored a late equaliser to gain a point from their journey to Vicarage Road. In the 13th minute, Kiko Femenia put Watford in front with a fierce right-footed shot after Holebas put the ball into the box following a corner.
With half-time approaching, Holebas gave away a blatant handball to allow Josh King to level the scores. Early in the second half, Pereyra scored via a Dan Gosling deflection to give the Hornets the lead. It seemed like a Watford win until Jermain Defoe netted an injury-time winner.
Was caught out for both goals which took deflections. Not the best when it came to distribution.
Played well, considering that he hadn’t played as a full-back before.
Solid defending from Cook. Gives everything for his team.
Played the ball well out of defence and made several vital interceptions.
A great player for Bournemouth and he will be happy that his team came away with a draw.
Not a great performance from the former Liverpool player. Got caught in possession at times.
Growing into a very impressive player. Never stopped trying to go forward and has a toughness in his game.
Was unlucky that the second goal came off him. However, he put in a perfect away performance. Never stopped running and never gave up.
Had a good first half but was replaced at half-time due to an injury.
Took the penalty very well and kept finding pockets of space.
Was probably the worst out of the three strikers on the pitch. Found himself offside far too much.
Had a solid second half and ran himself into the ground for his team.
Came on and scored in the last minute to send the Bournemouth fans into dreamland.
Not enough time to make an impact.