Roberto Pereyra Dribbles Past Six Players To Score Incredible Goal Of The Season Contender
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We can't decide if Watford playmaker Roberto Pereyra has just scored one of the goals of the season, or if this is just really terrible defending from Huddersfield.
In Saturday afternoon's 3pm kick-off, Javi Gracia's side went 1-0 up after 10 minutes when the Argentine dribbled past six or seven players to score a magnificent, goal of the season contender.
We can't wait to watch this one on Match of the Day, this evening.
TAKE A BOW, SON!
Watford are currently 2-0 up thanks to goals from Pererya and Gerard Deulofeu, as Hudderfield's struggles continue in the Premier League.
David Wagner's side currently sit in the relegation zone with just three points, and all those points have come from draws, something that they will have to improve on if they are to remain in the top flight.
To be fair, though, Pereyra is one of the biggest threats in English football right now. Just look at these stats.
Roberto Pereyra's first half vs. Huddersfield by numbers:- Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) October 27, 2018
3/3 dribbles completed
2 dribbles completed in the box
1 sublime goal
Balling. :raised_hands: pic.twitter.com/bEY4Psoije
:bee::bee: #WatfordFC...- The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) October 27, 2018
- 2011: Finish 14th in the Championship with John Eustauce and Don Cowie
- 2018: Currently 7th in the Premier League with Gerard Deulofeu and Roberto Pereyra#WATHUD pic.twitter.com/NGkhLh9xA9
GOALLL! Two fantastic goals for Watford early on. Roberto Pereyra with a sublime solo goal and Gerard Deulofeu cuts in from the right and smashes home. Huddersfield had started so well too. #WatfordFC 2-0 #HTAFC #WATHUD- Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) October 27, 2018
Watford have become the surprise package in this season's Premier League race, and currently sit in seventh place ahead of Manchester United, Everton and West Ham, among others.
Thoughts on their season so far?
Let us know in the comments.
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