Troost-Ekong rues Hornets inability to defend lead

Defender William Troost-Ekong has tasked his Watford teammates to find a way of holding onto leads during games, PUNCH Sports Extra reports.

Troost-Ekong, who started his first league game of the season in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland at Vicarage Road, rued the dropped points from the game.

“We were better Saturday and need to find ways of killing such games,” he told Watford Observer.

“I haven’t seen the goals back. There was a discussion over whether their first was over the line but the referee has a watch, so we need to trust that. That’s part and parcel of the Championship without VAR.

“Things can swing both ways, but a lapse in concentration created the chance for them. Those are crucial moments. If we went in 1-0 up we could be a bit more confident.

“We managed to get ahead again and we need to find a way to hold on.”

It was certainly a marked improvement in the team performance at Blackburn.

“You can’t guarantee wins…

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