It was a match that saw him pitted against the team he had taken up to the Premier League in 2020. The match was an entertaining one that had a bit of everything for the fans.
Ken Sema was the star of the match, scoring twice for Watford. He opened the scoring for the Hornets, giving them a halftime lead. However, West Brom hit back early in the second half through Conor Townsend.
Despite this, Ismaila Sarr quickly restored Watford's lead. But the Baggies would not go down without a fight, as Jed Wallace equalized once more.
With the score tied at 2-2, it was anyone's game. However, Sema had the final say with a crucial goal 12 minutes before full-time. His shot deflected off Erik Pieters, beating Josh Griffiths in the West Brom goal. The goal secured Watford's first win in six games, ending their winless run and boosting their playoff chances.
West Brom, on the other hand, suffered a disappointing loss. The defeat leaves them still in 10th place, four points behind the top six. The Baggies will need to find some consistency in their game if they are to have any hope of making the playoffs.
Overall, it was a thrilling match that showcased the talents of both teams. The victory was crucial for Watford's playoff ambitions, and they will be hoping to build on this momentum in their upcoming matches.