Two years without a goal for a striker in the Premier League could be well described as atrocious even if the player is raking in a few in Cup games.

That was the situation Super Eagles striker, Isaac Success was before the game at Vicarage Road against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

Though the 22-year old could be cut some slack owing to his well-documented injury setbacks, he finally repaid the faith reposed in him by sealing Watford's 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

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Roberto Pereyra and Gerard Deulofeu were both on the scoresheet in the first half as Watford compounded the woes of  Huddersfield Town to leave their opponents still searching for a first victory of the season after 10 games.

 Argentina midfielder Pereyra gave Watford the lead in the 10th minute at Vicarage Road when he picked the ball up near the left touchline and dribbled through a crowd of defenders before sliding it under goalkeeper Jonas Lossl from close range.

 Deulofeu doubled Watford's lead with another fine individual effort in the 19th minute, getting the better of two defenders as he cut inside from the right before sending a powerful shot across Lossl and into the far corner of the net.

The icing on the cake was delivered by Success who found the back of the net in the 80th minute to score what is his second Premier League goal since scoring in October 2016 in the 2-2 draw against AFC Bournemouth.

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