Success Stars In Watford’s 3-2 Loss At Wimbledon

Isaac Success was a major act for Watford in their 3-2 defeat to Wimbledon as the Premier League side made a poor start to their pre-season on Saturday.
The Nigeria striker started the game and played up till the 46th minute , when he replaced by Amrabat, as Marco Silva suffered defeat in first match as Watford boss in the friendly.
Watford were the better side in the first half, showing some encouraging variety and pace to their attacking play. Indeed, had the quality of their finishing been better and goalkeeper George Long not been in good form, the Hornets could have been at least a goal to the good at the break.
Success, who joined Hornets from Granada last summer and lived with bit-part roles in his first Premier League campaign, at some point in the first half did well on the left to jink his way past a couple of defenders, but had his low finish smothered by Long again.