Sargent admits first Premier League start ‘bittersweet’ after Norwich fall at home to Watford

USMNT forward played 70 minutes because Canaries lost their fifth straight match to start the season
Norwich forward Josh Sargent claimed to feel diverse emotions after making his first Premier League start in a 3-1 defeat to Watford on Saturday.

The U.S. International, who joined in the summer of Werder Bremen, played 70 minutes on his full debut before he was replaced.

Watford will continue to get the three points behind the second half of Ismaila Sarr, continue to mock the Canaries for this season.

What is said?
Speaking to the BBC after the match, Sargent said: “It’s bitter I am very happy to make my debut this team frustrated, frustrated fans, we want to get very disappointed points ….

“That is what it is, we can’t lose focus, we can’t give up at all. We have to focus and get the points we need.”

Sargent debut campaign so far
Saturday marked the appearance of the fourth Premier League from this season, with a 21-year-old boy has come down from the bench in the three first league matches.

Sargent also began and scored in the Carao Cup against Bournemouth last month.

Norwich is still without a point
The newly promoted Canaries is to start life back in the Premier League in the worst possible mode, losing all their first five matches – while also elongated the terrible Daniel FFKE’s top-flight manager that stretches back to the last division.

Norwich was just the fifth team to lose each of their five first matches in the Premier League campaign, with four previously offering some hope Canaries to endanger this term.

Southampton in 1998-99 and Crystal Palace in 2017-18 both survived after losing five straight to start the season, while Sunderland in 2005-06 and Portsmouth in 2009-10 were relegated.

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