Watford won 3-2 for the second game in a week as they came out on top of a dramatic battle with Coventry City.

Here's how we assessed their individual performances.

Ben Foster - 5.5

Had a bit of a disaster for Coventry's first goal and didn't have much else to do in the game.

Kiko Femenia - 6.5

Contributed well in attack, but was missing an end product.

Craig Cathcart - 5.5

Left a lot of room for the Coventry attackers, who could've done better had they been more productive.

William Troost-Ekong - 7

Took his chance well and organised his defensive teammates well.

Christian Kabasele - 6

Played some incisive passes forward to Sarr and Femenia on the right. Defensively a bit haphazard at times.

Ken Sema - 7.5

Another great attacking display from the Sweden international, but against a more formidable opponent, might have had a tougher time defensively.

Etienne Capoue - 7

Looked to have rediscovered his passing range and bossed the midfield.

Tom Cleverley - 6.5

A battling effort, pitched in well in attack.

James Garner - 6.5

Offers progress going forward and provided a good delivery for Troost-Ekong's headed goal.

Ismail Sarr - 7

A constant nuisance on the right and took his penalty well, but his final pass needs some work.

Andre Gray - 6.5

Not sure how much he knew about the goal, but he got into the right places and made a lot of threatening runs, despite a lack of service.


Jeremy Ngakia - 6

Helped see out the game and didn't look flustered by the occasion.

Troy Deeney - 6.5

Held the ball up well towards the end of the game, while looking spritely and sharp.

Nathaniel Chalobah - N/A

Arrived too late to make an impact.