Watford lost 2-0 at Leicester City today with Etienne Capoue receiving a red card in the 90th minute of the game.
Speaking after the match Watford forward, Isaac Success, felt that Capoue was very hard done by and that he didn’t deserve to be sent off.
“They had chances early and they made use of them we had some chances a well we struggled and unfortunately we lost. I feel sorry for my friend Etienne (Capoue) because he was one of the best players and I don’t think it was a red card,” said Success.
“It was right in front of me and there was no contact. We will see what the FA will do about it because it was never a red card and we need him back as soon as we can.”
Success signed a new long-term contract with Watford during the week after showing some good form for the Hornets this season.
“I am happy it’s part of my life and my family and I want to say thank you to my fans for the opportunity of another five years here,” he said.
Watford have a huge game on Tuesday night when they welcome title-holders and league leaders, Manchester City, to Vicarage Road.