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Richarlison Explains Why He Cried After Being Substituted Last Night

Richarlison Explains Why He Cried After Being Substituted Last Night

Watford winger Richarlison has explained why he was seen crying on the bench at Vicarage Road last night.

The Brazilian produced another impressive showing in the 4-1 thumping of Chelsea, a result that gave new manager Javi Gracia a stunning first win.

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But in the 65th minute, the former Fluminense man was substituted for Roberto Pereyra, who went on to score a stunning goal in stoppage time - and he was visibly upset with the decision.

However, it wasn't because of an injury - or even that he wanted to make a bigger impression on Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, who was in attendance.

The 20-year old simply wanted to play on, as per the man himself.

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"I was crying because I wanted to play and help by team-mate, but in the end the guy that entered the pitch did the job well so it's all okay," he told ESPN Brazil.

Here's how Twitter reacted to Richarlison crying:

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Topics: Watford, Football News, Chelsea, Football, Richarlison, Premier League, Brazil

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