Watford climbed to fourth in the English Premier League following a plucky 2 -1 win over Arsenal at Vicarage Road.

A third successive match with an injury-time goal gave Watford their first home win of what has been an impressive season so far.

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Captain Troy Deeney had equalized in the second half through a penalty after towering German defender Per Mertesacker had given Arsenal the lead in the first half.

Former Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley put the nail in the coffin in the 94th minute, with Arsenal fans disappointed after a match in which they could have scored up to 5 goals easily.

After two Watford shots were blocked, the ball ran loose and cried out for someone to smash it home; Cleverley was in the right place at the right time to convert and send home supporters wild.