In their first Premier League game in over three months, Watford had to fight back to earn a point against Leicester City, after going behind in the last minute of the game.

Craig Dawson's acrobatic injury time effort salvaged a point after, Ben Chilwell's stunning strike put the visitors in front, to get their relegation battle off to a passable start.

Here's how we rated their individual performances:

Ben Foster - 6

Had little to do during the game, but made an important stop to deny James Maddison. Could've done little to prevent Leicester's goal from flying into his top corner.

Kiko Femenia - 6

Linked up nicely with Sarr and defended fairly well throughout, although allowed Chilwell to get in behind on a few occasions.

Christian Kabasele - 6 

Made one sloppy mistake in the first-half that could've been costly, but was steady enough during the rest of the match.

Craig Dawson - 8

Kept the league's top scorer Jamie Vardy quiet with a solid defensive display, before popping up with an incredible equaliser at the end. His best performance in a Watford shirt.

Adam Masina - 7

Prevented Justin from getting too many crosses in from the left and made some brave tackles.

Will Hughes - 7.5

An excellent performance from Hughes who battled with real tenacity throughout. Would've been a strong man of the match contender had Dawson not stolen the headlines.

Etienne Capoue - 6

Made some wonderful passes, but didn't get involved in the game as much as he should and the team suffered because of it.

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 6

Missed two good chances in an off-the-boil performance in which he didn't influence the attack nearly enough.

Ismaila Sarr - 7

Had the beating of Chilwell all afternoon and put some good crosses into the box, but needed to pick his head up a bit more to make sure others were there waiting.

Roberto Pereyra - 5

Seemed to frustrate the bench who mentioned his name more than any other - mostly telling him to get back into position. Offered little in attack on the left.

Troy Deeney - 5

Surprised to see the skipper last 90 minutes. Looked rusty, was often out of position and struggled to hold the ball up.


Danny Welbeck - 5

A fairly anonymous 25 minutes of football from Welbeck, who struggled to make his mark.

Adrian Mariappa, Tom Cleverley, Nathaniel Chalobah, Jose Holebas - N/A

Joined the game too late to make much of an impact.