English-born Ghanaian forward Michael Folivi scored both goals for Watford U23 to power them to a 2-1 away win over Queens Park Rangers U23 in the English Professional Development League on Monday.
The 20-year-old center-forward smashed the opening goal for the baby Hornets in the 32nd minute before he grabbed his double with a polished finish on the 80th minute.
Folivi, who now has nine for the season, turns 21 in February and Sarll feels he will continue to mature if he follows up his loan spells at Coventry City and Boreham Wood with another temporary switch.
The Under-23 side certainly had to dig in against an experienced QPR team who fielded well-travelled defender Alex Baptiste at the back, Sean Goss, who played for Glasgow Rangers last season, in midfield, and the giant Matt Smith, who averages one in two league starts for the Hoops, in attack.
Given the quality of the opposition, the fact they had not lost since September and that they thrashed the Hornets 6-2 at Vicarage Road in October, it probably ranks as the team’s best win of the campaign.
By El Akyereko
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