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Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    Right than, that's farewell from us for now. 

    But of course, Saturday football does not stop now.

    Follow every move, right over here.

  2. Get Involved

    Tweet: #bbcfootball

    Jawad Kayani: I am afraid that Everton could be next Valencia for Ronald Koeman

    Seth Gogo Egoeh: Let's all not forget how Everton fans celebrated the sacking of Roberto Martinez and welcomed the signing of Koeman.

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Watford goalscorer Stefano Okaka speaking to Sky Sports: “It was a little bit difficult in the beginning because for a long time I didn’t play, but it was a fantastic game and to win is so important."

    On his spectacular first goal: "I have scored three or four times like that. It’s amazing.

    "I know my quality and my team-mates know my quality. In Italy I was injured, but when I was in the picture everybody helped me.”

  4. My goals will come - Deeney

    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Watford captain Troy Deeney speaking to Sky Sports: “The big man (Okaka) did fantastic today and that’s his second start so he will build into it. We have a real powerhouse on our hands and he will cause problems."

    On whether he had any claim on Sebastian Prodl's goal, Watford's second: “I’m desperate for a goal but not that desperate to take it off someone else. Mine will come and it’s no stress to me. As long as the team is winning, individual goals will come afterwards."

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Defeat sees Everton slip to ninth in the table with the whole of the rest of the league still to play this weekend.

    Is this where you thought you'd be after the first four months of Ronald Koeman's regime Toffees fans? 

    Koeman watches his side during Everton's defeat to Watford
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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Instead, it was all about Stefano Okaka for the home side. The Italian chipped in with his first goals for Watford, and the first was a delightful little back-heel flick.

    You'll struggle to see a tastier goal this Saturday.

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Troy Deeney looks a relieved man as he soaks in the home fans' applause with a giant Hornet mascot for company. 

    The search for his 100th Watford goal goes on. He should have bagged today.

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Middlesbrough and Fulham goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 live

    That's a fair result, Watford definitely deserved to win the game. Everton were well below standard and you can understand why they are in the run they are in. 

    For most of the game, Everton really didn't pose many threats. Looking at the run of games they have to come, Ronald Koeman and their fans will be extremely worried.

    Enner Valencia and Gareth Barry of Everton look dejected after the final whistle

    Watford 3-2 Everton

    A Gerard Deulofeu free-kick from deep is boomed away by Heurelho Gomes' fists. Watford have made it home. Just.

    Sebastian Prodl and Jose Holebas of Watford celebrate their victory over Everton
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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Valencia plays it wide to Lukaku, who plays a cross back towards his fellow striker. 

    Valencia penalised for a handball. The four minutes are up, and the Watford fans are signing strong. 

    Will there be time added on in time added on?

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    This is all about Watford just hanging on now. They're looking to hold up the ball in the Everton corner for as long as they can. And they're doing a decent job of it too. 

    Will there be one more chance for the away side?


    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Nordin Amrabat robs possession. Wins a throw deep in Everton territory. 

    Watford make another change to eat into the two minutes still to come. 

    Juan Zuniga is in no hurry to be replaced by Christian Kabasele.

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    This is the man you want on the ball in the corner. Troy Deeney.

    But Everton win it back...

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    FOUR minutes of added time...

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Free-kick Everton. Ross Barkley range. 

    Hearts in the Watford wall are pumping...

    It's straight at Heurelho Gomes. 

    How long left??

  16. CLOSE!

    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Watford are so, so worried right now. Heurelho Gomes lets a Romelu Lukaku shot slip through his fingers and it's hacked away from the six-yard box. 

    Where was somebody gambling for Everton?

    Romelu Lukaku reacts after a missed chance
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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Middlesbrough and Fulham goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 live

    Watford will be kicking themselves as they have just sat back again, they didn't get out of the box. To not pick up Lukaku in the box, you have to be asking serious questions.  

    It's not necessarily about ability on the pitch. If you look at the game today, it is about Everton's application on the pitch.

    They are good enough, they should be in a better position than what they are. Their fans will be asking why they weren't playing with this urgency 10 or 15 minutes ago.

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    Watford 3-2 Everton

    Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring

    He's looking for the treble, Romelu Lukaku, but too hard as he wastes a decent chance of an opening with a dribbling shot from range. 

    There is time for more... 

    Watford are rocking. 

  19. GOAL - Watford 3-2 Everton

    Romelu Lukaku

    Romelu Lukaku celebrates

    A glimmer! Romelu Lukaku is unmarked in the box and it's so easy as he heads home Aaron Lennon's cross to leave us with just one goal in it... 

    Can the Toffees turn this around? A Lukaku hat-trick?

  20. Get Involved


    Ronald Koeman reacts

    Andany Arthur-A: Is it Koeman or is it the Everton mentality? They have been poor for three seasons now, What next for the loyal fan?

    Jodie Luke Copeland: If Ronald Koeman had just stayed at Southampton then everybody would be happy