first_imgRelatedPosts Trio of signings make instant impact as Everton stun Spurs Watford appoint new head coach EPL: Watford battle Gunners for survival Watford moved out of the relegation zone as their stunning revival under new manager Nigel Pearson continued with a 3-0 victory at south coast strugglers Bournemouth on Sunday. Abdoulaye Doucoure’s goal shortly before half time gave Watford the lead and Troy Deeney smashed in their second midway through the second half. Bournemouth offered little by way of a response and substitute Roberto Pereyra completed the rout in stoppage time. Watford produced an impressive display to climb out of the relegation zone. The win, Watford’s fourth in the six games since Pearson took charge with them bottom of the table, lifted them to 17th place, ahead of Aston Villa who play Manchester City later. While Watford, who won only one of their opening 17 league games, are on the up, Bournemouth’s hopes of a sixth successive season of top-flight football are sinking. Eddie Howe’s side looked short on confidence as they slipped to their third successive defeat without scoring a goal. They are second bottom with 20 points from 22 games having been as high as seventh in early November.Tags: Abdoulaye DoucoureNigel PearsonRoberto PereyraTroy DeeneyWatfordlast_img