Southampton striker takes his goal tally to 21 for the season in 3-1 win at Vicarage Roadway.
Danny Ings struck two times as Southampton rebounded from their drab efficiency against Arsenal with a comfy 3-1 win at having a hard time Watford
Saints had actually lost their last match 2-0 at home to Arsenal on Thursday, however manager Ralph Hasenhuttl stated prior to the journey to Watford he anticipated a reaction, and his team reciprocated.
Ings got Southampton off to a dream start, shooting in his 20 th goal of the season in the 16 th minute, prior to including a second to his and Southampton’s tally simply after the second-half beverages break.
The Hornets pulled one back towards completion of the match when Jan Bednarek turned a Jose Holebas cross into his own net.
Nevertheless, Southampton’s 2-goal lead was brought back less than 3 minutes later on when James Ward-Prowse struck his 5th goal of the season with a remarkable free-kick.
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Watford have actually struggled given that the reboot and have actually now taken simply one point from their last 3 matches and are precariously put with simply one point separating them from the Premier League transfer zone.
Andre Gray, Nathaniel Chalobah and Domingos Quina were neglected of Watford’s squad and a post on the club’s Twitter account stated all 3 were left out “to ensure the health and safety of all players, staff and officials at today’s game.” Reports had actually recommended Andre Gray hosted a celebration on Friday at his home for around 20 individuals.
The Hornets left to a sluggish start, with Ben Foster’s goal coming under pressure prior to Southampton opened the scoring.
In-form Ings drove through the midfield prior to drilling the ball into the corner of the net.
The striker maximized the space as the Watford protectors had a hard time to close him down to score his ninth goal on the roadway in his last 11 away Premier League begins.
Southampton’s Danny Ings commemorates scoring his side’s first goal (PA)
Nathan Redmond evaluated Foster from a 30- backyard free-kick however the goalkeeper, making his 100 th successive Premier League start, had the ability to collect the ball.
Towards completion of the fist half, Ismaila Sarr believed he had a penalty claim and stopped his run in the box, however VAR did not rethink at whether his t-shirt was pulled.
Captain Troy Deeney sent out a long-range effort far over Alex McCarthy‘s goal as Watford wanted to make an influence on the game at the start of the second half.
The Hornets attempted to put pressure on the Southampton defence however were restricted to long-range shots which were typically obstructed.
Nigel Pearson and his team had a hard time against the Saints (PA)
The second beverages break separated the home side’s momentum, and Nigel Pearson’s side were penalized even more when Ings capitalised on Foster’s error to double his side’s lead.
The former England keeper’s clearance toss landed simply in front of the number 9, who faced the penalty area prior to putting the ball past Foster by means of a deflection off defender Craig Dawson.
Pearson’s alternatives provided the Hornets a way back into the game with simply over 10 minutes left on the clock. Holebas sent out in a ball from the wing towards Danny Welbeck who was waiting in the centre, however defender Bednarek arrived ahead of the striker and turned the ball into his own net.
Nevertheless, less than 3 minutes later on Ward-Prowse sent out a free-kick over the wall and into the net to ensure the 3 points went back to the south coast.