Watford’s latest run in the Premier league nosedived into a sadder state on Saturday in a 0-4 loss to Bournemouth at Vicarage.
Trouble started for the Javi Garcia side when David Brooks opened scoring for the visitors in the 14th minute.
Brooks’ left footed shot from the right side of the six yard box went high into the centre of goal following a fast break.
Just as Watford fought to level score, with less than quarter-of-an-hour to the end of first half, the home side was stunned with a dismissal of one of its own.
Congo-born Belgium international, Christian Kabasele was shown a second red card for a bad foul at 32 minutes, awarding Bournemouth yet another chance for a second goal through a penalty.
Joshua King stepped up to the spot and hit the side two goals ahead.
At the stroke of half-time, King grabbed his brace for a Bournemouth third to add salt to Watford’s wounds in front of their home crowd.
The first interval ended with Troy Deeney and the lads searching for the extra bite for a possible comeback in the second.
Bournemouth were not done as they mounted pressure from the blast of the whistle in the second 25 minutes.
True to their hunger, they were rewarded with the fourth goal in two minutes into the half through Callum Wilson with a right footed shot from close range.
Watford would carry on to the end of the game with their third loss in four games.