A lacklustre Watford side drew 0-0 with Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough in their second Championship game of the season.

Here's how we rated their individual performances.

Ben Foster - 6

Didn't have a great deal to do, but did what was required well enough.

Jeremy Ngakia - 5.5

Lost his winger on several occasions and couldn't make an impact in attack.

Craig Cathcart - 6

Made up for a poor first-half with a stronger second. 

Christian Kabasele - 5.5

As with Cathcart, looked better after a sloppy first-half. Lucky not to concede a penalty however.

Ben Wilmot - 5

Not a great day for Wilmot who gave the ball away a lot and struggled at the back. Improved after the break, but needs to be better.

Ken Sema - 6

Was arguably the most creative player down the left, but couldn't create anywhere near enough.

Nathaniel Chalobah - 5

Still struggling to impose himself on games. Looked a bit lost once again and gave away some needless free kicks.

Tom Cleverley - 5.5

Didn't make himself the link between defence and attack that he should be. Had little influence on the match.

Domingos Quina - 5

Something isn't quite clicking for the midfielder at the moment. Easily bullied by the Wednesday midfielders.

Glenn Murray - 4.5

A debut to forget for Murray, who lost aerial battles and squandered his only real chance.

Joao Pedro 5.5

Had flashes of excitement, but on the whole a forgettable performance.


Stipe Perica - 5.5

Gave Watford more focus after his arrival, but missed a great chance.

James Garner - 6

Injected a bit more purpose into Watford's midfield. 

Ignacio Pussetto - N/A

Joined too late to make much of an impact.