first_img1 Watford produced a stirring second half comeback to pile more misery on Blackpool as they scored seven second half goals to secure a 7-2 win at Vicarage Road.The visitors took an early lead as Andrea Orlandi capitalised on some defensive confusion to fire the strugglers ahead.And the travelling Tangerine army were in dreamland midway through the first half as Steve Davies doubled the Seasiders’ advantage. The former Derby man picked up Tony McMahon’s pass to smash home from close range to stun the home faithful.But minutes into the second period, the Hornets fans were on their feet as in-form Odion Ighalo side-footed Miguel Layun’s cross to put doubts in the mind of Lee Clark’s men.Those doubts soon became reality, however, as the hosts ran riot after the break, top goalscorer Troy Deeney powering home a header from Dan Toszer’s cross to level.And minutes later, it was an all too familiar feeling for those travelling Blackpool fans, as Ighalo struck again to break the hearts of the Lancashire club as he met Deeney’s headed pass to slot past Ell Parish and make the score 3-2.The ‘Pools soon fell apart, as Watford began to turn on the style, with Matej Vydra making the game safe as he smashed the ball into the bottom corner.Watford made it five goals eight minutes later as centre half Gabriele Angella prodded the ball into the roof of the net after meeting an in-swinging corner.And the wheels really fell off for the visitors as they conceded a sixth and then a seventh goal with Ighalo securing a second half hat-trick as he headed home and later bagging a fourth from close-range to seal a monumental victory.Meanwhile, Brentford kept their hopes of promotion alive with a crucial 2-1 win over Norwich City at Carrow Road.Jota struck for the Bees midway through the first period as the dominant visitors took a deserved lead, with Andre Gray playing in the Spaniard who coolly finished past John Ruddy.But they were in front for only eight minutes, as quick footwork from Nathan Redmond allowed the former Birmingham man to find space in the box and he made no mistake curling home the equaliser.Alex Pritchard was gifted the opportunity to put the London club ahead after Carlos Cuéllar felled Andre Gray inside the box, and the Tottenham loanee made no mistake from the spot as he powered his penalty home.Wigan Athletic’s miserable run of form continued as they fell to another defeat as Huddersfield completed a 1-0 victory over Malky Mackay’s men.Former Liverpool midfielder Conor Coady scored the game’s only goal as he met Nahki Wells’ ball to finish from a tough angle to send the Yorkshire club up to fifteenth.In day’s final game, Charlton held Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux to a goalless draw.Championship results in full:Norwich 1–2 BrentfordWatford 7–2 BlackpoolWigan Athletic 0–1 HuddersfieldWolverhampton 0–0 Charlton Athletic Ighalo celebrates last_img read more