Watford made it four wins from four after they came from behind to beat Spurs at Vicarage Road.
Spurs and Watford both started the game on nine points each after three consecutive victories to start the season, and the first half was balanced.
Lucas Moura partnered Harry Kane up front but the chances dropped to Dele Alli for Spurs early on, and Troy Deeney headed over for Watford in the first half.
In the second half, Abdoulaye Doucouré chested a Christian Eriksen cross just inside the near post after Ben Foster failed to collect another Alli header, and Watford were in danger of losing their perfect start.
Deeney had threatened throughout the half and he headed Watford level with a little over 20 minutes to go. Minutes later, Craig Cathcart made it two with a header of his own.
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