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Watford Ends Liverpool's Premier League Unbeaten Run

Updated Saturday 29 February 2020 21:44
Watford Ends Liverpool's Premier League Unbeaten Run
Watford ripped up Liverpool's unbeaten record on Saturday evening, hammering the Reds 3-0 at Vicarage Road on a dramatic night in the Premier League. 

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The first half was a cagey affair which was marred by Gerard Deulofeu's horror injury just after the half-hour mark. Liverpool prodded and probed the Hornets, but it was Troy Deeney who had the best chance of the half, when Alisson spilled the ball at the striker's feet, but he was unable to find the net with his lobbed effort. 

Watford took a shock lead on 53 minutes, Ismaila Sarr arriving in the six-yard box to stab home Abdoulaye Doucouré's low cross. The Hornets were in dreamland on the hour mark, when Sarr doubled his tally, racing onto a superb Troy Deeney pass to confidently chip Alisson. 

Liverpool's first defeat of the season was confirmed on 72 minutes, as Deeney punished an uncharacteristic mistake at the back to stroke into an empty net. 

The Reds were unable to find a way through the Watford defence, and Jürgen Klopp's men left empty-handed and red-faced. 

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