The Watford v Leicester City Championship play-off semi-final second leg at Vicarage Road on Saturday ended in dramatic fashion when the Hornets scored a winner from a missed Leicester penalty in the dying moments of the match.
It looked to be all over for Watford when referee Michael Oliver awarded a seemingly soft penalty after Leicester’s French midfielder Anthony Knockaert was brought down in the area.
A frantic few minutes followed and a double-save from former Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia saw the Hornets regain possession and stream down the other end of the pitch to score.
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Marvellously calm work from the speedy Ikechi Anya, helped the ball to Fernando Forestieri on the right wing who looped a cross into the area.
The former Villa youngster Jonathan Hogg then managed to nod the ball towards the penalty spot, inviting Troy Deeney to fire home – sparking a pitch invasion from the home fans.
The incredible scenes were remarkably similar to the close of the Brentford v Doncaster United game on the final day of the League One season, Michael Oliver was refereeing that day too.
See those final dramatic minutes of the Watford v Leicester City Championship play-off semi-final second leg in the video below: