Watford completed their Championship campaign with a 2-0 win over playoff hopefuls Swansea City, taking their final tally for the season to 91 points.

Head coach Xisco Munoz fielded a much-changed starting XI, while honourary life president Sir Elton John watched on from the stands.

Here's how we rated their individual efforts.

Ben Foster - 7

Like he'd never been away. Made some big saves and helped keep the more inexperienced defenders organised.

Achraf Lazaar - 7

A surprisingly good performance - forced a great save from Freddie Woodman in the second half. 

Craig Cathcart - 6.5

Had a couple of tricky moments with Andre Ayew but was good for the most part.

Christian Kabasele - 6.5

Some nervy moments on the ball, but defensively was solid and made some decent blocks throughout.

Marc Navarro - 6.5

A lovely pass for the second goal of the match. Gave Jake Bidwell a bit too much room down the left on a few occasions.

Carlos Sanchez - 6

A bit ponderous in possession, slowed down one or two counter attacks. Could have played with greater intensity.

Dan Gosling - 6.5

Was a threat with late runs into the box once again, but couldn't find the target.

Philip Zinckernagel - 5.5

Another game in which he struggled to make much of a mark.

Ken Sema - 7.5

Was positive throughout and his cross for the first goal got the luck it deserved to take it into the net.

Isaac Success - 7.5

Never gave up, backed himself to take on the unlikely shot and what a goal it turned out to be!

Andre Gray - 6.5

Led the line well, in the right place at the right time to let the ball bounce off him into the net.


Will Hughes - 7

Injected some composure and rhythm into the match.

Joao Pedro - 5.5

Blended into the background a bit, offered little that wasn't already on the pitch.

Troy Deeney - 6

Put himself about a bit, but looked understandably rusty.

Ben Wilmot - N/A

Adam Masina - N/A

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