Not too long ago, Watford defeated Manchester United 4-1 at Vicarage Road Stadium.
Firstly, The Hornets scored two goals in first half, giving them the lead before they finished the football match with the remaining two goals in the second half of the football game.
Their goals suppressed the head of Manchester United, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
In the first half, Manchester United were not able to deal with the pressure of the well organised Hornets side and they quickly Entered problem when Scott McTominay fowled forward Joshua King in the box.
Manchester United’s goalkeeper, David de Gea, came to the rescue as the Spaniard saved not one Ismaila Sarr penalty, but two Ismaila Sarr penalties.
Each of the Senegal winger efforts were not strong but Kiko Femenia managed to turn in the rebound from the first spot-kick, only for then to rule out the goal because of the player’s encroachment from both teams.
However before Ismaila Sarr made up for his penalty misses by sending a right-footed shot across the Gea goal to double Watford’s lead after King bijn opened scores thanks to Emmanuel Dennis’s assistance Second-half changes: Donny van de Beek, who has been in action for a long time, was brought in to replace McTominay, who received a yellow card.
He put the ball in the net from Cristiano Ronaldo’s knockdown after England winger Jadon Sancho searched for a cross.
The nightmare continued for Solskjaer as Harry Maguire got a yellow card two times in seven minutes and he was sent off.
And it was like there was still hope in the 77 minutes after Van de Beek found Cristiano Ronaldo with a through ball but they ruled off the his goal for offside.
As the game kept winding down, as the football match was going smoothly, the Watford faithful cheered. Joao Pedro and Dennis added a third and fourth for Watford to cause more heartbreak for the Manchester United supporters.
The defeat means that Manchester United have fallen down the table to eighth on 17 points, while Claudio Ranieri side has only four points behind them in the 15th position.