FLORIN ANDONE needed just 56 seconds to score with his FIRST TOUCH after coming off the bench for Brighton against Watford.
The Romanian had not long shook hands with Glen Murray, who he replaced, before he was firing the ball past Ben Foster in the Watford goal.
That took Graham Potter’s side into a 2-0 lead at Vicarage Road to leave Hornets fans shellshocked.
An Abdoulaye Doucoure own-goal saw the Seagulls 1-0 up at half-time, well worth their advantage against a toothless Watford side.
On 65 minutes Andone smartly fired home Davy Propper’s sublime square ball to give Potter’s side some breathing space.
Things got even better for the visitors to Vicarage Road when another sub, Neal Maupay, fired home on his debut with 13 minutes to go.
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