Watford won their first Premier League game after the Project Restart on Tuesday evening when they came from behind to beat Norwich City.

The win lifts them to four points clear of the relegation zone.

Here's how we rated their individual performances.

Ben Foster - 6.5

While the goalkeeper didn't have a great deal to do, the handful of people inside Vicarage Road would have heard how relentlessly he was organising his teammates out on the pitch. He never stopped communicating, encouraging and willing the outfield players and definitely helped them over the line.

Kiko Femenia - 6

After a rocky start in which Onel Hernandez gave him a really tough time, the full-back adapted to the game and worked hard up and down the right flank, getting involved in attack as well as defending well.

Craig Dawson - 7 

Scored an important goal at a vital time in the game. Defended well too, particularly in the second-half.

Christian Kabasele - 6

Worked hard and did what was required of him after also having an unimpressive start to the match. Will likely have to adapt to tougher tests in the next two games.

Adam Masina - 6.5

Was busy and diligent throughout. Kept Max Aarons quiet out on the wing.

Etienne Capoue - 6

Wasn't at his best in a game in which neither side really took control of the midfield. Still a touch off the pace, but an improvement on recent performances.

Will Hughes - 7

Another excellent showing in the centre from Hughes, who threw himself at everything in the centre of the park. Made a lot of excellent tackles and linked play up nicely between the defenders and the forwards.

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 6

Is yet to do anything of any note following the restart. Seems to be lacking the confidence to perform at his best.

Danny Welbeck - 7.5

Scored a wonderful winning goal and worked hard, but missed a couple of big chances in the first-half. Still a bit of rustiness, but he's finding his feet at exactly the right moment.

Ismaila Sarr - 7

A constant threat down the right. Played his part in the winning goal, while also contributing in defence when required.

Troy Deeney - 5

Won a few headers, but it's difficult to remember him doing very much of influence at all. Needs to prove to fans why he is considered so indispensible because it's hard to tell at the moment.



Tom Cleverley - 6

Made a number of important challenges following his introduction.

Nathaniel Chalobah - N/A

Joined too late to make an impact.