By Johny Edward:
The goal drought of Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo extended to five games after he failed to score for Watford who defeated Hull City 1-0 in a Premier League clash at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
An own goal from Michael Dawson in the 83rd minute of the encounter handed the Hornets their fourth win of the campaign.
Daryl Janmaat's cross was flicked on by Roberto Pereyra and came off Dawson's shoulder into the goal.
The result means Hull have lost their last six Premier League games.
Ighalo almost doubled his side's lead in the 86th minute with some wonderful work in the box but his shot was just wide.
The win sees Watford climb up to seventh on the log with 15 points from ten games.
At the Hawthorns Kelechi Iheanacho was an unused substitute for Manchester City who returned to winning ways by defeating West Brom 4-0.
The win also shot Manchester City back to the top of the log ahead of Arsenal with a superior goals difference.
Iheanacho who has made seven appearances in the English Premier League watched from the bench as a first half brace from Sergio Aguero and another brace from German midfielder Ikay Gundogan ended the Citizens' miserable spell of six games without a win under Pep Guardiola.
The Argentine forward pounced on a defensive error to score twice taking his tally to 13 in 12 appearances in all competitions for his side.
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