Watford 2-2 Blackpool

22 August 2009 04:40
Gary Taylor-Fletcher scored to make it four draws from four Championship games for Blackpool.Watford led at half-time after Tommy Smith, strongly linked with a move to Reading, slotted in from 12 yards. Alex Baptiste swept in an equaliser after Scott Loach saved Jason Euell's header but Tom Cleverley restored the lead from Smith's excellent cross. Blackpool levelled nine minutes later when Taylor-Fletcher rifled home a low cross from Charlie Adam. Watford manager Malky Mackay: "It was frustrating in that we created so many chances and let the game slip with two bad goals as far as I'm concerned. "However, we dominated the game for large periods and to create the chances we created is signs for great optimism as far as the group is concerned and real confidence for the group playing with each other. "I hope that is something the public see that they're starting to actually play together and look as if their causing a lot of problems for teams." Blackpool boss Ian Holloway: "What we didn't do was attack well enough with the possession that we had. "With our two wide men and our front three, never did I bring my people back and defend with five across the middle. "If he thinks I'm going to come here and defend against Watford he's got another thing coming."

Source: BBC_Sport