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Watford
3 - 3
Leicester City

Coca Cola Championship

Vicarage Road

19.09.09

Attendance: 14, 657

Referee: Mr C Pawson

WatfordLeicester City
Graham '58, Helguson '70 '77Fryatt '20 (Pen) '40, N'Guessan '91
Scott LOACH     Chris WEALE    
Lee HODSON     Robbie NEILSON    
Adrian MARIAPPA (c)     Wayne BROWN    
Craig CATHCART     Jack HOBBS    
Lloyd DOYLEY     Bruno BERNER    
Don COWIE     Matt OAKLEY (c)    
John EUSTACE     Andy KING    
Ross JENKINS     Richie WELLENS     Off '54
Tom CLEVERLEY     Off '86 Paul GALLAGHER     Off '72
Henri LANSBURY     Off '46 Matty FRYATT     Off '72
Danny GRAHAM     Steve HOWARD    
Substitutes
Richard LEE     Shalum LOGAN    
Heidar HELGUSON     On '46/ Off '81 Aleksander TUNCHEV    
Dale BENNETT     Danny N'GUESSAN     On '72
Will HOSKINS     Nicky ADAMS     On '54
Nathan ELLINGTON     On '81 Martin WAGHORN     On '72
Michael BRYAN     Ryan MCGIVERN    
Jon HARLEY     On '86 Yann KERMORGANT    
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
11
3
On Target
6
Unknown
Crosses
Unknown
7
Corners
3
Unknown
Offside
Unknown
8
Fouls
10
0
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
58
%
42
Comments...
Malky Mackay: 'I was disappointed at half time but to go out in the second half and play like that and have the courage and determination to dominate the way we did, I've got to be incredibly proud of the players.' 'In the first minute of the second half he [Helguson] showed his intent when he had the sliding chance and from then on he showed his maturity, he showed the fact he was a man coming into the game, he worked hard and his combinations with Danny Graham I thought were excellent.' On the returning HH. Nigel Pearson 'It's disappointing. It's two points dropped and the fashion which we conceded the goals was very disappointing. 'I thought we played some great football [in the first half] and I thought the second goal was fabulous - a great move and a great finish. So I suppose that makes it even more disappointing because we're waiting for our first away win and, unfortunately today, we threw it away. But that's football. It's frustrating, but I've got every confidence in the players that we'll put it right and move forward.'

Writer:wfc123
Date:Sunday September 20 2009
Time: 10:44AM

Comments

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At halftime,i thought we were dead & buried, great second half performance and i'm sorry Mr Pearson, but you are talking out of your ass, first half to you. but certainly not 2 points dropped, 1 saved. As for HH when he came off his ankle was heavily strapped already, was swearing like a trooper, which if you know H is quite funny, but looks a bad injury.
ANDY710
21/09/2009 11:03:00
0
As someone said on the WFC Forums, peel back his skin and there's wires underneath. I'm sure he'll be fit in no time.
wfc123
24/09/2009 10:27:00
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