Andre Ayew came off the bench to rescue a point for 10-man West Ham as they drew 1-1 at Watford in a fiery mid-table clash.
The Ghana international tapped in only his second goal for the Hammers 17 minutes from time to cancel out Troy Deeney’s 3rd-minute penalty.
Slaven Bilic’s side dominated for long spells with Michail Antonio enjoying a mixed night in a central attacking role. The 26-year-old gave the Hornets defence a torrid evening and had a big hand in the equaliser, before being sent off for a second bookable offence four minutes from the end.
Both teams have now lost just once in their last six outings and look comfortable in mid table, with West Ham up to ninth and Watford in 12th.
On the balance of play Walter Mazzari will be the happier of the two managers, although he will be concerned about an injury to January signing, Mauro Zarate who was stretchered off with a nasty knee injury after over eight minutes of treatment.