Watford have been hit by the dreaded coronavirus Three members of the club tested positive for the infection on Monday The club announced that one player and two staff of the team have contracted the virus English Premier League’s Watford have confirmed that three members of the club have tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus after tests were carried out. The club which made the announcement on their website, although the individuals who contracted the infection were not named. In a statement on the club’s website, Watford announced that one player and two members of the back room staff returned positive result after test were carried out. The affected individuals will now proceed to a seven-day self-isolation in line with the Premier
Ole Gunner Solskjaer the manager of Man United to the defence reaction to the United goalkeeper David De Gea made an embarrassing mistakes prove polar in a lose of 2-0 away to the premier league lower side Watford on Sunday. The Vicarage Road meet have no score when David De Gea some how allow an uninspiring spinning force from Ismaila Sarr to spook via his hands and at near the post. Watford dualize their lead 4 minutes later when Deeny netted the from the penalty spot Aaron Wan-Bussaka. Which brings Ismaila Sarr down with a misjuristed slide tackle and not even the returning player "Paul Pogba" that could defend defeat in the second halftime substitute.