Carabao Cup: Success On Target As Watford Win At Reading; Ajayi Crashes Out With Rotherham United

Carabao Cup: Success On Target As Watford Win At Reading; Ajayi Crashes Out With Rotherham United

By Adeboye Amosu:

Super Eagles forward, Isaac Success, was on target for Watford who secured a 2-0 away win against Reading in their Carabao Cup second round tie at the Madejski Stadium on Wednesday, reports Completesportsnigeria. com.

Success scored the opening goal for the Hornets in the 36th minute of the encounter.

It was the former Granada of Spain striker’s third start for Watford since he joined the club in the 2016/2017 season.

Domingos Quina got the second goal for Javi Garcia’s men in the 62nd minute.

At the Goodison Park, new Super Eagles invitee, Semi Ajayi was on for 90 minutes as his Championship club, Rotherham United lost 3-1 defeat to Everton.

Gyfil Sigurdsson, Calvert-Lewin (brace) were on target for Everton, while Will Vaulks got Rotherham United’s only goal of the game.

COMMENTS

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  • PapaFem 4 weeks ago

    The hulk is back

    • Maybe just a blip. First goal in 11 months and 22 matches (since October 2017), only third start in 22 matches. Only played 45 minutes for Watford and 18 minutes for Malaga in the whole of last season.
      Problems with being over weight, not fit, injuries point to him not being professional.
      I would like to see where he is in three to six months before I can say he is back.
      He had consistently been inconsistent for since 2016 (two years)

      • Birikiti 4 weeks ago

        Absolutely spot on. Would love to have him back seeing he’s such a precocious talent. However, he has to prove that he wants it more than anything else by being professional and working extremely hard.

        If I were in the NFF, I’d assign a respected ex-international like Okocha, Kanu, Finidi etc to mentor him. He’s that good and Nigeria will reap immensely if he can keep his head straight

        • Absolutely agree with you, Success should be supported to realise his great potential, through mentoring.He’s a great talent.

        • Ayphillydegreat 4 weeks ago

          I concur with you. He’s such a precocious talent. And it will be a shame if Nigeria doesn’t see the best of Nassarra. He just needs to be more professional and keep his head. A SuperEagles forward line of Iwobi, Success and Iheanacho with Simon, Onyekuru and Kalu. Nigeria’s got a plethora of options going forward.

  • yes we pray so

  • i concor wit u @birikiti but not only him but others like etebo iwobi osimhen etc. Immagine i’m a footballer and de likes of okocha kanu etc just pay me visit, dat year i wil be competing for ballon dior

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