Success Scores For Watford; Moses, Iwobi Star As Chelsea, Arsenal Win


By Johnny Edward:
Nigerian forward Isaac Success scored his second Carabao Cup goal of the season for Watford in Wednesday’s 4-2 loss on penalties to Tottenham after regulation time had ended 2-2, reports

The Nigeria international, making his second start in the Carabao Cup, showed great strength to fend off Serge Aurier at arms’ length before firing his shot past Paulo Gazzaniga.

Delli Alli restored parity from the spot nine minutes from time. The England international bagged his brace five minutes later just when the Hornets were down to 10 men after losing Christian Kabasele to a red card.

Etienne Capoue’s goal drew Watford level again with two minutes to the end of the game.

In the penalty shootout, Dele Alli scored the winning spot-kick to send Tottenham through at Watford’s expense after Etienne Capoue and Domingos Quina missed for the Hornets.


At Anfield, Victor Moses made his third appearance for Chelsea who came from a goal down to beat Liverpool 2-1 in another Carabao Cup game played on Wednesday at Anfield.

Daniel Sturridge gave Liverpool the lead a minute before the hour mark but a header from Emerson Palmeri and a brilliant strike from Eden Hazard sent Maurizio Sarri’s side to the next round of the competition.

Former Nigeria international, Moses who had missed the Blues’ last five games prompting an impending exit from the club in January was booked for dissent in additional time of the win.

At the Emirates Stadium, Alex Iwobi played the entire duration of Arsenal’s 2-1 home win over Brentford.

A brace from Danny Welbeck and a late strike from Alexandre Lacazette gave the Gunners a win despite a free-kick from Alan Judge over the wall which was a consolation.

At the Olympic Stadium in London, West Ham defeated Macclesfield 8-0. A brace from Robert Snodgrass, Grady Diangana and strikes from Michail Antonio, Lucas Perez, Ryan Fredericks Angelo Ogbonna sealed an emphatic will for the Hammers.

At the City Ground, Oghenekaro Etebo was missing in action for Stoke City who lost 3-2 away to Nottingham Forest.

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