Watford's Heurelho Gomes celebrates after the game with Valon Behrami and Miguel Britos. (Action Images via Reuters / Alan Walter)
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Italy international Stefano Okaka scored either side of halftime to give Watford a 3-2 Premier League win over Everton on Saturday, their first victory over the Merseyside club in any competition since 1987 .Watford, who started with players of 11 different nationalities in their line-up, went behind in the 17th minute when Romelu Lukaku scored from close range for Everton after Gareth Barry lobbed the defense.Apart from the 11 nations represented in the starting lineup, Watford have now also had 11 different goalscorers in the league this season -- a feat that only Liverpool can match.They are not, however, the first Premier League team to have such a diverse team -- Manchester United also fielded players from 11 different countries against Stoke City in 2011 .
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