Watford managed to find a late winner against Derby County after what had been a thoroughly dull game of football.

Creativity was lacking from the Hornets, who scored with their only shot on target.

Here's how we rated their individual efforts.

Ben Foster - 6

Watford weren't the only team lacking creativity, with Foster having little to do in goal. He did all that was asked of him, though.

Jeremy Ngakia - 5.5

Defended well, but failed to contribute going forward. Needs to work on his link up play with the attacking players.

Ben Wilmot - 6.5

Set up Joao Pedro's goal with a burst forward and defended steadily once again. 

William Troost-Ekong - 6.5

A really solid debut from the Nigerian, who went off with a slight injury that Vladimir Ivic will hope is nothing serious. Showed real leadership in the centre of defence.

Christian Kabasele - 6.5 

Looked confident alongside Ekong and kept Wayne Rooney relatively quiet throughout.

Kiko Femenia - 7

The Hornets looked sharpest down the left-hand-side with Femenia and Ken Sema linking up to great effect. Defended well too.

Nathaniel Chalobah - 5.5

The centre of the park was where Watford had their greatest problems, with cohesion clearly lacking. Chalobah struggled to adapt to the game.

Tom Cleverley - 5

A lot of poor decisions and a lack of attacking intent. Needs to move forward more often and with greater urgency.

Domingos Quina - 5

Just can't seem to find his feet at the moment for one reason or another. 

Ken Sema - 6.5

Made some effective runs, but his final ball was often poor.

Joao Pedro - 7

A stunning strike to win the game, created from very little.


Craig Cathcart - 6

Had little to do, but filled in well.

Glenn Murray - N/A

Joined the match too late to make an impact.

James Garner - N/A

Joined the match too late to make an impact.