Isaac Success extended his goal drought to six games in the English Premier League for Watford who played out a 2-2 draw away to Everton in Monday’s English Premier League clash at Goodison Park reports Completesportnigeria.com.
It was his seventh start of the English Premier League season.
Richarlison who joined Everton from Watford in the summer for £40 million gave the hosts, the Toffees the lead after 15 minutes but an own goal from Seamus Coleman drew Watford level in the 63rd minute.
Abdoulaye Doucoure powered in a header two minutes later to hand the Hornets the lead and they looked set to secure their first ever victory at Goodison Park but a curling free-kick from Lucas Digne in the 96th minute earned Everton a share of the spoil from the encounter.
The goal was Digne first Everton goal since he joined the club.
Success was replaced in the 74th minute for Nathaniel Chalobah in his 16th appearance of the season last scored a goal for Watford in their 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town in October.
The Toffees remain in seventh place while Watford moves up to 12th.
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