Watford 2-2 Sheff Wed

14 March 2009 05:24
Francis Jeffers scored a last-minute penalty to earn Sheffield Wednesday a share of the points with Watford.Marcus Tudgay's header put the Owls in front but Mark Beevers sliced the ball into his own net as Watford levelled.Watford went ahead when Jobi McAnuff headed in at the far post before they were denied a penalty when Tamas Priskin looked to have been fouled.But in injury time, Jon Harley fouled Jermaine Johnson in the box and Jeffers stepped up to smash home the penalty.Watford boss Brendan Rodgers on Tamas Priskin not being awarded a penalty:"Tamas Priskin was through one on one.emp_load.getEmpEmbeddedParams("emp_7944050");"That's why he probably only gave a yellow, but I was expecting a red as everyone else was I think."With referees you take the good and you take the bad. I had the bad last game against Preston and I'll have to take the good today."Watford: Loach, Doyley, Mariappa, Mike Williamson, Harley, Cork, Cowie, McAnuff, Lee Williamson (Hoskins 46), Jenkins, Priskin. Subs Not Used: Lee, Hoyte, Cauna, Parkes.Booked: Mike Williamson, McAnuff.Goals: Beevers 45 og, McAnuff 56.Sheff Wed: Grant, Buxton, Beevers, Wood, Spurr (Simek 70), McAllister, O'Connor (Hinds 85), Gray (Boden 53), Johnson, Tudgay, Jeffers. Subs Not Used: O'Donnell, McMenamin.Booked: Jeffers, Wood.Goals: Tudgay 20, Jeffers 90 pen.Att: 16,294Ref: Andy Woolmer (Northamptonshire).

Source: BBC_Sport