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It reports and highlights how Watford condemn Huddersfield to another defeat to enter a potential European League qualifying point

Last updated: 4/20/19 6:13 pm

Huddersfield 1-2 Watford

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Watford took a big step towards becoming the "best of the rest" of the Premier League by taking seventh place with a 2-1 victory at Huddersfield on Saturday.

Gerard Deulofeu was in the double (4.81) for the Hornets, replacing the suspended Troy Deeney, with great effect – the Spaniard scored eight goals in his last nine games.

Huddersfield's sad season is ending with a groan – this was their seventh consecutive defeat, even though Karlan Grant got a late consolation (90 + 2).

Watford can qualify for the Europa League by winning the FA Cup final but if Manchester City wins at Wembley, the Europa League place will be handed over to the team that finished seventh in the league.

Huddersfield: (6), Smith (6), Kongolo (7), Schindler (6), Durm (6), Mooy (7), Bacuna (6), Hogg (4), Mbenza (7), Mounie Kachunga (5)

Subs: Daly (7), Lowe (6), Grant (7)

Watford: Foster (7), Cathcart (7), Mariappa (8), Masina (7), Doucoure (7), Capou (7), Femenia (7), Hughes (7), Sema Deulofeu (8)

Subs: Success (7)

Man of the game: Gerard Deulofeu

How Deulofeu inspired the Hornets …

Watford began with great intent and was ahead in four minutes.

Jonathan Hogg wasted possession under heavy pressure from Watford, and after Abdoulaye Doucoure's shot was blocked, Deulofeu was on hand to make a fine effort for the far corner.

It was the same technique he used against the Wolves at Wembley.

In addition to Isaac Mbenza, who tested Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster with a great attack effort, Huddersfield's threat of attack was non-existent.

Huddersfield The 18-year-old midfielder, Matty Daly, debuted for the first time shortly before half-time, instead of Hogg, who had fought and was in a reserve.

Watford always seemed in control, but was given a scare when Steve Mounie's shot passed over the crossbar.

Deulofeu sealed Watford's victory when he quietly ended after the goal from Isaac Success was eliminated by Jonas Lossl.

Grant, a 66-minute substitute for Mounie, waved home in injury time to leave fans home with something to cheer on, but in fact it was another dismal result for Jan Siewert's men.

Man of the Game: Gerard Deulofeu

Who else? Despite having suffered an ankle injury in recent weeks, Deulofeu looked like a man still at the top of his game in front of the goal. It took him only four minutes to take home a silky finish with his chest and was in the right place at the right time to shoot at home, which turned out to be the second crucial goal.

Gerard Deulofeu celebrates by scoring his second goal and Watford's "itemprop =" image

Gerard Deulofeu celebrates scoring his second goal and Watford

Statistics of Opta

  • Huddersfield Town have lost 14 home games in the Premier League this season, a record in the history of the competition (also 14 for Sunderland in 2002-03 and 2005-06).
  • Watford have won six away games this season, winning just more in a first division season in 1983-84 under Graham Taylor (seven).
  • Huddersfield have lost 21 of their last 23 games in all competitions (W1 D1 L21), having lost 11 of their 12 matches with coach Jan Siewert (W1 D0 L11).
  • Gerard Deulofeu scored six goals in his last five away games for Watford.
  • Huddersfield have not won any of the 45 Premier League games in which they conceded the first goal (W0 D3 L42), losing all 19 at John Smith's Stadium awarding the first.
  • In all competitions, Gerard Deulofeu scored eight goals and watched two more in his last nine games for Watford.
  • Huddersfield midfielder Juninho Bacuna has started 15 matches for the Terriers in all competitions this season and finished on the losing side in 15 games.
  • Since his Premier League debut in Huddersfield Town on 2 February, Karlan Grant has scored four goals in the league – no other Terriers player has scored more than once in that period.

What is the next?

Huddersfield faces a trip to Anfield in Friday night football while attempting to undermine Liverpool's title while Watford play against Southampton on Tuesday night.

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