Nigeria international Isaac Success came on as a late substitution as his relegation-threatened team, Watford secured a crucial 2-0 win over Manchester United at the Vicarage Road.
David De Gea made a mistake that led to a goal for the second straight Premier League game as Manchester United slumped to a 2-0 loss at last-place Watford on Sunday.
The Spain goalkeeper allowed a tame volley by Ismaila Sarr to slip through his hands and creep into the net near the post, gifting Watford the lead in the 50th minute at Vicarage Road.
Troy Deeney converted a penalty down the middle four minutes later after Aaron Wan-Bissaka tripped Sarr.
It put the seal on only Watford’s second league win all season, and first under new manager Nigel Pearson.
Watford stayed in the last place but moved level on 12 points with Norwich after 18 games. They are six points adrift of safety.