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Short and Tweet: Sheffield Wednesday (A)

Short and Tweet: Sheffield Wednesday (A)
WATFORD completed an unbeaten November at Hillsborough last night as they romped past Sheffield Wednesday 4-1.

The sorry Owls took the lead in just the third minute through Michail Antonio before Fernando Forestieri equalised a quarter of an hour later.

Daniel Pudil then brought down Jay Bothroyd in the penalty area, only for Manuel Almunia to deny Chris Lines fro 12 yards.

Watford then took the lead when Alex Geijo scored his first for the club with a free header.

Substitute Troy Deeney added a third before Mark Yeates' stunning finish off the outside of his boot killed the game once and for all.

Unsurprisingly, the Twitterati was pleased afterwards. Here are a selection of our favourite tweets from last night:

@MrPryer 'I might be getting carried away but suggest we are probably a touch ahead of where Reading were 12 months ago!'

@MKlinteberg 'Among the loanees It's great to see Mark Yeates proving that he should stay in the starting eleven #shortandtweet'

@Dogvar 'One Zola. Two Pozzos. 3 Points. 4 goals. FIVE star performance for #watfordfc'

@SteveBirmingham '#shortandtweet I love November! Can we have you every you every month?!'

@DanielOwens1979 'Nine points off top spot. Let's do this #shortandtweet'

@JackWrightt 'Almunia game changer and quality 8th'

@MattDavidse 'If they keep consistent... you just never know.'

@forzawatford 'Mark Yeates. #shortandtweet'

@Official_JackO 'We've got four scoring strikers and we're 8 points behind you. Championship is a mad league. Love it!'

@Seanf81 'Put a quid on us going up back at the end of last season - 20/1 - feel quite confident now.'

Make sure to give Vital Watford a follow (@VitalWatford) and any of those above who you think are tweeting sense!

Writer:Tom Bodell
Date:Wednesday November 28 2012
Time: 11:30AM

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