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Brazilian winger still buzzing over first Hornets goal

Richarlison | “It’s A Dream Come True”

  
    

He's the Hornets' man of the moment, but Brazilian star Richarlison says there's even more to come from him in the future.

The 20-year-old winger scored the opener at Bournemouth on Saturday during his first start in a Watford shirt, and the ex-Fluminense forward admits it was a dream full debut in the Premier League.

“First of all I’m extremely happy for my first goal in the Premier League. I’m very happy that I helped my team, it’s a dream come true and I hope to continue like this,” he told Watford's official YouTube channel.

“I will continue to keep working hard, I’ll continue to listen to what the manager tells me to do and I’ll keep improving. 

“Today you managed to see a little bit of Richarlison, but you will see even more over the next games.”

Watch the full interview below, and click HERE for extended highlights plus more post-match reaction from the Vitality Stadium.

    
  

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