Will Buckley relishing prospect of facing Manchester United and continuing to work with Gus Poyet at Sunderland

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Lukas Podolski left out of squad for Everton and edges closer to Arsenal exit 

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Watford 4-1 Leeds: Fernando Forestieri steals the show at Vicarage Road as Leeds end the match with nine men

The Warrior’ by fans at his previous club Catania, wasn’t exactly heroic when he allowed Tommie Hoban a free header from Almen Abdi’s corner. Luckily for Leeds, he put it over the bar.

But that was just the beginning of Bellusci’s problems. Shortly before the hour, Forestieri burst into the Leeds box and the Italian hacked him down. Referee James Linington had little choice but to show a red card.

Deeney had impressed most for Watford. His vivid orange boots acted as a beacon for pretty much every attack. Always willing, always running, he was adept at holding the ball up and sparking his team into life.

He proved reliable at penalty taking too, sending the ball straight down the middle to restore Watford’s lead.

From then on, it was one-way traffic and the livewire Forestieri, collecting the ball on the left-hand side of the box, skipped past challenge after challenge before seeing his shot trickle in off the inside of the post for his third of the season.

Surely it couldn’t get any worse for Leeds? It certainly did. Tozser fired home a lovely free-kick in injury time, before Sam Byram saw red for a senseless head-butt on Daniel Pudil.

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