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Watford 7-2 Blackpool

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Odion Ighalo scored four times as Watford produced a remarkable second-half performance to move within four points of the top of the Championship following a 7-2 victory over Blackpool.

The Hornets found themselves two goals down at the break, but they dug themselves out of that hole in sensational style with a devastating seven-goal showing after the break as Troy Deeny, Matej Vydra and Gabriele Angella also joined in the home side's free-scoring run following last week's 5-0 win over Charlton Athletic.

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Watford 5-0 Charlton Athletic

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Watford produced one of their better attacking displays of the season to put an abject Charlton to the sword in a 5-0 victory at Vicarage Road.

If anything, the margin of defeat flattered the visitors as the Hornets carved out a succession of opportunities and could easily have scored more goals had their finishing been better and Addicks goalkeeper Neil Etheridge not made some fine saves.

As it was, Charlton were effectively beaten by half-time after their opponents had opened up a three-goal lead...

Lynch stunner caps Terriers win

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Centre-back Joel Lynch produced a stunning striker's finish as Huddersfield shocked high-flying Watford with a 3-1 win at the John Smith's Stadium.

Watford had won four of their last five Sky Bet Championship games but Huddersfield romped home with an impressive second half display.

Lynch, celebrating his 200th career league appearance after missing six games through injury, got the third goal with a brilliant overhead kick.

After a goalless first half, Nahki Wells put Huddersfield ahead before sub...

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Watford hand Mexico's Miguel Layun 4½-year deal

Mexico international Miguel Layun finalised a permanent deal with Watford.

Mexico international Miguel Layun finalised a permanent deal with Watford, the English Championship club confirmed on Friday

The club said the 26-year-old arrived at Watford via Granada, with whom Layun reportedly signed a five-year deal effective this month.

 By PA Sport

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho sorry for questioning ref's decision vs. Watford

Jose Mourinho was originally angered by Kevin Friend's decision not to give Chelsea a penalty.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has apologised to referee Kevin Friend for criticising his decision-making in a TV interview after Sunday's 3-0 FA Cup third-round victory over Watford.

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Mourinho was angry with the official for not awarding the Blues a second-half penalty when defender Craig Cathcart handled the ball as he blocked a shot by Diego Costa.

However, following Cathcart's intervention the ball immediately fell to Loic Remy, who drilled home the Premier League leaders' second.

Friend later...