By Tom Farmery For The Daily Mail
Published: 21:55 GMT, 8 November 2019 | Updated: 22:03 GMT, 8 November 2019
Seventy-six seconds was all it took to inject some positivity into what has been a troubled start to Quique Sanchez Flores' second spell at Watford.
No doubt this was better than what has gone before but more wins and points need to be accumulated before Flores can begin to get comfortable.
Players haven't bought into his ideas as much as he would like and that has caused difficulties. Thankfully Gerard Deulofeu is the type of player who has the ability to influence a match even when others around him can't.
Andre Gray celebrates after doubling Watford's lead away at Norwich on Friday night
The Watford striker flicks a cross with the outside of his boot into the back of the net
Abdoulaye Doucoure and Will Hughes congratulate Watford goalscorer Gerard Deulofeu
Deulofeu celebrates after striking for the visitors in just the second minute at Carrow Road
NORWICH (4-2-3-1): Krul 6; Aarons 6, Tettey 6, Godfrey 6, Lewis 6 (Vrancic 82); Trybull 6, McLean 6; Buendia 6 (Cantwell 62, 6), Stiepermann 6 (Drmic 62, 6), Hernandez 6.5; Pukki 6
Subs not used: Fahrmann, Byram, Vrancic, Amadou, Srbeny
Manager: Daniel Farke 6
WATFORD (5-3-2): Foster 6; Janmaat 6.5, Kabasele 6, Dawson 6, Cathcart 6.5, Holebas 6.5 (Masina 88); Hughes 6, Capoue 6, Doucoure 6; Deulofeu 7.5 (Mariappa 70, 6), Pereyra 6 (Gray 31, 7)
Subs not used: Gomes, Deeney, Chalobah, Femenia
Goalscorers: Deulofeu 2, Gray 52
Booked: Kabasele, Hughes, Masina
Sent off: Kabasele
Manager: Quique Sanchez Flores 7
Referee: Andre Marriner 6
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His clever strike in the opening stages was followed up by a delicate chip that Andre Gray converted with his heel.
Agony for Daniel Farke who must wonder how he will rediscover the formula that