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Troy Deeney had a chance to equalise when he met a Nordin Amrabat cross, but his header flew wide.

Daryl Janmaat and Odion Ighalo also had late efforts for the visitors saved by keeper Jordan Pickford, as Watford slipped to a fourth defeat in five games.

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Follow reaction to Saturday's games

A rare clean sheet for SunderlandSunderland manager David Moyes had earmarked this as a must win game in his side's quest to avoid relegation, and his imitation van cleef & arpels earrings players delivered a display built on determination and solid foundations.

The home side defended resolutely and, when their goal was threatened, Pickford made the necessary saves as the Black Cats kept only their second clean sheet of the season in the league.

Left back Van Aanholt was key to the win, not only scoring but combining well with Victor Anichebe ahead of him, as 55.8% of Sunderland's attacking play came from their flank.

Van Aanholt went close at the end of the first half when he had a shot saved when he appeared to be offside before he was rewarded for his overlapping runs with his third goal of the season.

"It's a massive win for us," said imitation alhambra van cleef earrings Sunderland captain Defoe. "We've got to keep going now, keep our foot on the gas, as it's so tough down there."

Both sides predominantly attacked down the left side but it was Sunderland (left) who capitalised through Van AanholtDeeney and Ighalo struggles continueWatford strikers Deeney and Ighalo were key to their side's successes last season, and were reunited in attack from the start for this game.

However, their struggles continued and their lack of goals they have five between them this season looks to have dented their confidence.

Deeney has been stuck on 99 goals for the Hornets since 1 October, and when through on goal in the first half he misplaced a pass as he tried to square for Ighalo rather than shoot.

The pair had two shots between them, but Watford did have their chances Amrabat having a shot tipped over by Pickford, and Miguel Britos heading wide from two yards.

Man of the match Patrick van Aanholt

No defender has scored more Premier League goals since the start of last season than Patrick van Aanholt (seven)What they said:Sunderland manager David Moyes: "The players stuck at it, even though it got ugly at times.

"We were slow getting out the blocks and, to be fair to Watford, they started OK. We didn't press enough in the first half.

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