Everton got a point at the last minute in the home duel with Watford. In the 96th minute Lucas Digne scored with a beautiful free kick 2-2.
Watford, that the league had started with four victories, but had won last in the Premier League at the end of October, trailed 1-0. Former Ajax-goal Richarlison scored from close range. After an own goal by Séamus Coleman, Abdoulaye Doucouré set Watford 2-1.
Sigurdsson misses penalty, Digne saves Everton
Gylfi Sigurdsson, who last year was taken by his former coach Ronald Koeman for his fifty million euros, could have put Everton back on the same level shortly after, but he missed a penalty.
Watford thought he already had the loot and reached points with Everton in points. But deep into the time of injury, Digne drove the ball of a meter or sixteen into the intersection.
Goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg saw it all from the reserve bank. Everton is the number seven in England, Watford is twelfth.