Premier League: Everton vs Watford player ratings as Player Ratings as Joshua King hattrick floors Everton in high goal scoring encounter

Here are the player ratings for the Premier League fixture between Everton and Watford

Watford demolished Everton by 5-2 as Watford striker scored an outstanding hattrick to get the victory. The 1st half was a tight affair as Everton scored at 3rd minute courtesy of Davies and then Watford equalized by Joshua King goal. In the 2nd half, Richarlison came from bench to give lead to Everton but some great substitutions and tactical moves from Ranieri helped Watford secure a big win.

Here are the player ratings from the English Premier League match between Everton and Watford.


Jordan Pickford (6/10)- Even though Pickford was amazing in making saves at crucial times but his passing accuracy was low. This led to loss of possession for Everton and conceded 5 goals.

Lucas Digne (7/10)- Outstanding performance by Lucas Digne at left back position. He made some amazing important passes and made some key interceptions.

Ben Godfrey (7/10) – At center back position, Godfrey showed great interceptions and blocking to track down Kucka and Ozan build up.

Michael Keane (8/10)- Keane proved to be the best defender for Everton. He made 3 important clearances bro stop Watford from scoring and also gave the important assist to score the 2nd goal for Everton.

Seamus Coleman (7/10)- Coleman was outstanding at right back position. He was constantly tracking the movement of Cucho and also in attacking build up he had 89% passing accuracy.

Anthony Gordon (7/10)- Both on and off the ball Gordan looked brilliant with his positions. He was also involved in some good attacking build up with Gray and Allan.

Allan (7/10)- A very strong performance from Allan at midfield. He was all over the field and had amazing passing accuracy of 91% in the midfield.

Tom Davies (8/10) – He scored an amazing goal in the 1st half and also dictated the ball possession with superb passes and through balls.

Andros Townsend (6/10)- He played well in patches in the entire game. Even though he was involved in good build ups but failed to make more goal scoring chances.

Demarai Gray (7/10) – In the entire game, he was outstanding with 88% passing accuracy and provided the important assist to Davies to open the scoring for Everton.

Salomon Randon (6/10)- It was an ordinary day for Randon on the pitch. He was often out of position and could not create chances for his team.


Richarlison (8/10) – He came in from bench at 60th minute and showed his impact immediately by scoring 2nd goal for Everton in 63rd minute.

Alex Iwobi (6/10)- He came in at 77th minute but couldn’t provide much attacking chances like how Gray was doing for Everton on field.


Ben Foster (6/10)- It was a very poor day for Foster at goal. He conceded two goals and also had poor passing accuracy.

Adam Masina (6/10)- Masina was often finding difficult to stop the build up game by Gray and Randon. He looked vulnerable with passing on the field.

Craig Cathcart (7/10) – He was sharp on and off the ball at defense. He was involved in some build ups for Watford in late goals.

William Ekong (7/10)- Ekong was very good with ball possession and he had 84% passing accuracy.

Jeremy Ekangia ( 6/10)- Ekangia was sloppy in possession and was hardly able to retain the ball. He had 69% passing accuracy.

Moussa Sissoko (7/10)- The midfielder was excellent with ball possession and passes. He had good build up with Kucka.

Juan Hernandez (7/10)- Hernandez made some excellent runs and passes through out the game. He allowed other forward players to get in goal scoring positions.

Ozan Tufan (6/10) – Ozan was struggling with passing right from the start of the game and he was often intercepted by Everton defenders easily.

Juraj Kucka (7/10)- Similar to Hernandez, Kucka also created some amazing passes and chances in the midfield for Watford.

Ismaila Sarr (6/10)- Sarr was unable to capitalize on attacking build ups by Kucka, Sissoko and Juan. He had only 69% passing accuracy and was often loosing the ball possession.

Joshua King (9/10)- Joshua King was the player of the match for Watford. He scored an outstanding hattrick to help Watford get an outstanding win.


Joao Pedro (7/10)- Pedro replaced struggling Ozan and showed an impressive performance in 2nd half. He provided a beautiful assist to Pedro to score the 5th goal for Watford.

Emmanuel Dennis (8/10)- Dennis replacing Sarr proved to be a masterstroke for Watford. He scored the 5th goal for Watford.

Nicolas N’Koulou (N/A)

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