Watford ended up drawing from a winning position for the second game in a row as Wycombe Wanderers came from behind to snatch a point at Adams Park.

Here's how we rated their individual performances.

Ben Foster - 8

By far Watford's best player, made some vital saves to earn the point.


Kiko Femenia - 6

Good cross to set up Sarr's goal, but didn't produce a lot else going forward and was undone frequently going the other way.


Craig Cathcart - 5

Really struggled to deal with Wycombe's physicality, particularly Akinfenwa.


William Troost-Ekong - 5

The first time since his arrival that he has looked out of his depth. Not a good night.


Christian Kabasele - 4.5

Lost Stewart for the goal and was bullied easily throughout.


Ken Sema - 5

Blunt in attack and ineffective defensively.


Tom Cleverley - 5

Struggled to control the midfield and was regularly beaten to second balls.


Etienne Capoue - 6

Some good passes in the first-half, but is still rusty and off the pace.


Domingos Quina - 6.5

One of a rare few who looked positive going forward, but didn't produce an awful lot.


Ismaila Sarr - 6

Took his goal well, but did very little else to influence the game.


Joao Pedro 5

Lacked service, but also didn't help himself. 



Nathaniel Chalobah - 5

Deployed out of position to try and establish some more control in the match, but failed to have the desired impact.

Glenn Murray - 4.5

Missed a great chance to win the match, was ineffective.

James Garner - N/A

Arrived too late to make an impact.