Watford had to settle for a draw with Bournemouth despite leading deep into stoppage time.

A 95th minute equaliser saw their early work cancelled out, as they struggled to kill the game off. Here's how we rated their individual efforts.

Ben Foster - 7

Made some good saves and commanded his area well. Perhaps was guilty of over-committing at times, but was solid enough.

Jeremy Ngakia - 7

Linked up well with Sarr down the right and defended steadily.

Craig Cathcart - 7

Could have reacted a bit better for the goal, but on the whole had a decent enough match. Wonderful pass to get Sarr away for the goal.

Christian Kabasele - 7.5

Was excellent in the the back three. Made some terrific challenges and blocks in what was quite a busy afternoon.

William Troost-Ekong - 7

Settling in nicely in just his second appearance for the club. Looks a very good acquisition.

Ken Sema - 6.5

Looking like a valuable member of the team already this season. Didn't offer quite as much in attack as he has in other games.

James Garner - 5

Picked up a silly yellow card and risked a second with a bull-in-a-china-shop display. Unsurprisingly hooked at half-time.

Nathaniel Chalobah - 6.5

Did very well defensively, but didn't offer a great deal going the other way.

Tom Cleverley - 6

Works hard, but struggles creatively and like Chalobah didn't present much in the way of forward momentum.

Ismaila Sarr - 6.5

A wonderful pass to set up the goal, but seemed reluctant to take people on for whatever reason. Missed a great chance to make it 2-0.

Stipe Perica - 6

Took his goal well, but looked a little lightweight and went to ground an awful lot. Nevertheless, a promising enough performance.


Etienne Capoue - 6.5

Things undoubtedly improved in midfield with his arrival, but still looks a bit rusty.

Domingos Quina - 7

Much better than in recent weeks. Had a couple of shots that almost caught Begovic out.

Joao Pedro - N/A

Arrived too late in the game to make an impact.