Watford 1 Sunderland 0: Le Tissier feels sorry for Moyes, saying Black Cats don’t have a Plan B

Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell takes down the ball at Watford. Picture by Frank Reid
Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell takes down the ball at Watford. Picture by Frank Reid
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Sky pundit Matt Le Tissier admits that he feels sorry for beleaguered Sunderland boss David Moyes.

After the Black Cats succumbed to a 1-0 defeat at Watford, staying seven points clear of Premier League safety, the former Southampton star said of Sunderland: “There’s a real lack of quality in the final third of the pitch to create some clear cut chances

“There was one where Borini had shot which was going in the bottom corner that Gomes had to save but apart from that, Gomes wasn’t troubled.

“If you shackle Jermain Defoe they don’t have a Plan B.

“They have nobody else up there who is really going to trouble the defence and keep asking probing questions. I feel a bit sorry for him.”