Watford remains without a win from 10 league games this season after they were held to a goalless draw by Bournemouth at Vicarage Road.
The Hornets, who stay bottom of the Premier League table, should have taken the lead after 60 seconds but Abdoulaye Doucoure blazed over from 12 yards.
Gerard Deulofeu hit the post direct from a corner minutes later but afterwards, Bournemouth grew into the game and hit the woodwork themselves through Steve Cook’s header.
Ben Foster brilliantly kept Watford level at the end of the first half when he blocked Arnaut Danjuma’s shot after the winger had met Joshua King’s cross unmarked at the back post.
Shortly after half-time, Deulofeu had an effort blocked by Cherries goalkeeper Aaron
The goalless draw is Bournemouth’s second in a row and means they have failed to score in their last three games.
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Source – BBC