Ryan Fraser’s goal rounded off a five goal for vanguard sports news , spell in 13 minutes during the first half .
Watford captain Troy Deeney said “Sunday League” defending contributed to his side’s astonishing 3-3 draw at Bournemouth ,with all six goals arriving in a frenetic first half.
“It was an end-to-end game that could have been 6-6,” said Deeney, who scored two of his side’s goals .
“As entertainers we are happy, but not as professionals, the only people that are happy are the fans. The defending from both teams was Sunday League at best to be honest.”
The Cherries recovered a two-goal deficit and then levelled again after Ken Sema’s strike to peg the visitors back to 3-3.
Deeney’s textbook header from Sema’s cross gave the Hornets the lead and the forward scored his 117th goal for vanguard sports . Watford when he lifted the ball over Cherries keeper Asmir Begovic after Gerard Deulofeu was tackled by Steve Cook. But Bournemouth hit back thanks to Ryan Fraser’s free-kick deliveries .
With Nathan Ake nodding in after visiting keeper Ben Foster brilliantly parried from Dan Gosling and Callum Wilson looping in a header to bring the hosts level.
Watford regained their lead 85 seconds later though, with Sema collecting a Deeney knock-down to drive a left-foot shot into the bottom corner from 20 yards.
That advantage lasted just over a minute as Fraser steered a right-foot shot into the bottom corner after Josh King’s dummy, to conclude an astonishing 13-minute spell that contained five goals.
The result sees Watford move to eighth while Bournemouth remain 12th.
Despite Foster brilliantly keeping out Gosling’s header, they allowed the hosts three free headers inside their penalty box while conceding their first.