Emmanuel Dennis, a Nigerian international, was one of the key players in the triumph. With Watford down 2-1, the 25-year-old came off the bench in the 64th minute. Dennis had two assists and a late penalty goal.
Dennis' work rate, in addition to his goal contributions, was impressive, and his impact on Claudio Ranieri's attacking setup should change.
The Italian opened the game in a 4-3-3 configuration before switching to a 4-4-2 when Dennis was introduced. With Dennis and King up front, Watford looked more dangerous, with both players displaying superb chemistry.
Raineri should remain with a 4-4-2 formation going ahead, and Dennis should be one of the first names on the squad sheet.
Do you believe Dennis has what it takes to get Watford out of the relegation zone?
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