Chelsea right-wingback, Victor Moses has admitted his high level of disappointment over his side’s 4-1 loss last night away to Watford, and admits his own personal performance in the game did not meet up to his desires.
Despite playing 90 minutes for The Blues, Moses is sad that he could not save his side from succumbing to their hosts at Vicarage Road, as Tiemoue Bakayoko’s early sending off culminated in another implosion.
Moses returned to the Blues starting XI after missing out of the 3-0 loss to Bournemouth last time out, but Tiemoue Bakayoko’s early sending off culminated in another implosion.
That summed up Chelsea’s disastrous outing, as The Hornets quickly took the initiative to pour forward and find the opener.
Thibaut Courtois brought down Gerard Deulofeu to allow Troy Deeney open the scoring from the spot three minutes to the break.
Eden Hazard’s beauty eight minutes from time looked to have secured a scarcely deserved point for Chelsea but Watford were not having any of that though.
Javi Garcia’s men would then score three more goals before the stoppage time make certain of the victory.
First, Daryl Janmaat danced into the box in the 84th minute, outwitting one-two defenders before prodding past Courtois and it was 3-1 almost immediately Deulofeu scoring an incredible solo as Chelsea defence sat shell shocked.
Roberto Pereyrya came off the bench to complete the rout in the first minute of added time, delaying just a second to leave Azpilicueta off balance before shooting inside the left-hand post.