Josh Sargent's first Premier League goals capped a "crazy couple of weeks" as the new father helped Norwich City to a crucial victory over 10-man Watford which moved them out of the relegation zone for the first time this season.
The 21-year-old American became a dad for the first time this month, while Norwich have enjoyed back-to-back wins and are now two points above the bottom three.
"It's been a kind of blur. To get your first goal and then your second after was pretty crazy," said Sargent. "It was a big game for us so a great night overall.
"Obviously being in the relegation zone means every game is big for us, but to get a win against the team right in front of us is huge."
Sargent acrobatically hooked Teemu Pukki's cross from behind him and saw it bounce in off the underside of the crossbar for Norwich's opener.
His thumping header made it 2-0 after a lengthy stoppage in play because of a floodlight fault and he celebrated wildly, before paying tribute to his newborn child.
"After the first one I didn't celebrate for my newborn baby so I knew the wife would be on my case. I thought I need to do it now!" he added.
"It's been a crazy couple of weeks obviously but I'm very happy. It's been amazing."
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