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SportGray scores as Watford beats Everton 1-0 on Silva's return

09:30  10 february  2019
09:30  10 february  2019 Source:   msn.com

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* Watford beat Everton 1 - 0 on Silva ' s return to Vicarage Road. * Substitute Andre Gray scored the winning goal in the second half. Everton boss Silva ' s first visit to Vicarage Road since being sacked by Watford last January ended with the home fans singing that he would suffer a similar fate at the

Substitute Andre Gray scored a second-half winner as Watford beat Marco Silva ' s Everton 1 - 0 in the Premier League on Saturday to heap the pressure on their former manager. Everton boss Silva ' s first visit to Vicarage Road since being sacked by Watford last January ended with the home fans singing

Gray scores as Watford beats Everton 1-0 on Silva's return© The Associated Press Watford's Andre Gray (second left) celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game against Everton during the English Premier League soccer match at Vicarage Road in Watford, England, Saturday Feb. 9, 2019. (Nigel French/PA via AP) Watford substitute Andre Gray piled more pressure on Everton manager Marco Silva by scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win for the London club in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Gray headed in the winner in the 65th minute to hand Everton a third straight league loss and subject Silva to a chorus of taunting chants on his first return to Vicarage Road after he was sacked as Watford manager last year.

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* Watford beat Everton 1 - 0 on Silva ' s return to Vicarage Road. * Substitute Andre Gray scored the winning goal in the second half. Stunned by the goal, Everton struggled to create clear chances in the second half of the scrappy contest as Watford held firm to secure the victory and move up to 37

* Watford beat Everton 1 - 0 on Silva ' s return to Vicarage Road. * Substitute Andre Gray scored the winning goal in the second half. Stunned by the goal, Everton struggled to create clear chances in the second half of the scrappy contest as Watford held firm to secure the victory and move up to 37

The club said at the time he lost focus after being approached by Everton.

Silva was given a hostile reception from the start, as a number of Watford fans held up toy snakes before the game to signal their feelings of betrayal, and his name was loudly booed when read out by the stadium announcer.

Everton had the better start, though, and Ben Foster made first-half saves to deny Kurt Zouma and Cenk Tosun.

Watford manager Javi Gracia responded by making a halftime substitution to bring on Gray, which had the desired effect.

Will Hughes sent in a fizzing cross that landed at the feet of an unmarked Gray, who scored his first goal since September.

Everton's Lucas Digne came close to equalizing when his free kick hit the bar, but the visitors' frustrations culminated with Zouma getting a red card after the final whistle.

Zouma was shown a second yellow for complaining to referee Lee Probert about the decision to award a corner in the lead-up to Watford's goal.

"Sometimes it is not easy to be calm, and in that moment, the referee has to understand because many, many mistakes are going against our team," Silva said.

"What Kurt said to the referee is what all the other players were saying in that moment.

He is speaking about the corner. It wasn't a corner. If they can see that, how is it possible that the referee and the assistant couldn't see it? It is really strange."

Richard Gere, 69, 'becomes a dad for the second time as he and wife Alejandra Silva, 36, welcome their first child together'.
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