Short and Tweet: Reading (A)
Watford came back from 2-0 down on Saturday to draw 3-3 with relegated Reading, thanks to an inspired second-half performance from substitute Diego Fabbrini.
The Italian international replaced holding midfielder Iriney and had the desired effect, winning a penalty - converted by Troy Deeney - before equalising with deft finish in the 90th minute.
Here`s how the Watford Twitterati saw the Golden Boys dramatic point in Berkshire...@Dogvar
"GREAT result from 2 nil down - 2nd place in table - bring on the leaders Forest & the dwarf Davies next week #shortandtweet"@sstevenson10
"Feels like a win. Fabbrini must start. #ShortAndTweet"@Frogponds1
"#shortandtweet One point gained for us, two points lost for Reading"@GdhGman
"Grit and determination, check. Sexy football, check. Ability to mix it with the big boys, check. Optimistic! #shortandtweet"@Chris_s0302
"More diving than the Olympics #shortandtweet"@Liam1998Moran
"Very poor first half but great comeback, Fabbrini completely changed the game and brilliant atmosphere #ShortAndTweet" @watfordburton
"#shortandtweet Dirty Reading, classy Fabbrini, good support, appalling ref, Angella godlike, we really are performing well."@J_Badger96
"#shortandsweet Poor/slow 1st half, Fabbrini changed the 2nd half, Acuna looked good, Doyley was poor, Great dive. Ref awful."@hoganwatford
"Missed the oragnisation of Cassetti. Also hope Bekalem gets a go in the cup. Looks a beast."Remember to get involved in #shortandtweet after every Hornet`s game. Simply tweet us @VitalWatford or use the hashtag - #shortandtweet