Gracia's changes proved more impactful, though, as Troy Deeney and Deulofeu were introduced, the pair combining with their first touches for the latter to score 17 seconds after his introduction - the goal offering a tantalising glimpse of what a more expansive Watford might have been able to accomplish.
In the beginning of the season we voted for VAR to help referees, but many clubs didn't want it.
"I am sorry for Allegri".
Delofeu continued to cause plenty of problems for the Citizens' defence but was unable to add to his tally nor give his side more than a glimmer of hope as Javi Gracia's side suffered their 11th loss of the season.
"I'm not too much concerned or anxious about what people say if we win the title just because what happens now with UEFA".
"So, hopefully next season like in Europe it can install the VAR and this kind of situation will be fair".
'If I've chosen these players, it is because before the game I thought we needed fresh legs to compete today, to defend well, to run a lot. The three goals were fantastic but he can do better. "Impossible. Except if they sack me and after I go home".
Two of Palace's joint-owners, Josh Harris and David Blitzer, are said to have been among those chiefly involved in calling for the Premier League to act on City's alleged breach of regulations.
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"I am not going to Juventus in the next two seasons".
As in last weekend's 1-0 win at Bournemouth, City were stifled during a goalless first-half and unable to create regular chances against a disciplined Watford.
"It is hard to understand why we changed so much from the first half to the second".
There had been eyebrows raised before the game when the Watford team-sheet revealed seven changes to their starting line-up from the previous game. Today, it was really hard and it will be a hard run-in but we're focused.
England captain Kane's first-half milestone was eclipsed as third-placed Spurs squandered a lead in a game they were dominating, prompting criticism of his players by manager Mauricio Pochettino.
He said: "That decision, I think everybody could see what happened".
"It's going alright for me and the team", Sterling said.
"If the officials want to explain what happened they can do it but in my opinion the position is clear".
"In my opinion it's clear, but we try to compete until the end and it's all I can say".