Watford and Everton played out an uneventful 0-0 draw as the Hornets ended their dismal run of home defeats.

Here's how we rated their individual displays.

Ben Foster - 6.5

Made one sharp stop in the second half, but was relatively untroubled apart from that.

Jeremy Ngakia - 6

Not a bad showing from the full back, despite one or two mistakes. Could be an important player in the Championship next season.

Christian Kabasele - 7

Was really solid in the centre and made a number of decent blocks and tackles.

Samir - 6

Not quite as solid as Kabasele, had one or two moments to forget, but on the whole did a pretty solid job of limiting the Everton chances.

Adam Masina - 4.5

Was clearly target by Everton, with most of their attacks coming down his flank. He improved as the game went on, but was far from up to scratch.

Edo Kayembe - 6.5

Arguably the pick of the midfield trio, with a number of important tackles and positive passes out to the flanks.

Dan Gosling - 5.5

Worked pretty hard and did well considering it was only his fourth appearance of the season, but could have influenced the game more from the centre.

Moussa Sissoko - 6

Made a few decent tackles to break up Everton moves. A tackle on Richarlison in the first half sticks in the memory.

Samuel Kalu - 5

Plenty of step-overs and tricks, but not a lot in the way of end product.

Ken Sema - 6.5

His work rate couldn't be questioned, but again needs to offer more in the final third.

Joao Pedro - 5.5

A fairly perfunctory showing from the Brazilian, although he didn't exactly have much coming to him through the centre.


Craig Cathcart - N/A

Peter Etebo - N/A

Players must have played for 15 minutes or more to get a rating.