While he admitted the result ultimately overshadowed his own personal milestone Kamara said Watford should have made more of their chances in front of goal at the Etihad, against opposition that looked well worthy of their position in the table.
“We had chances to score, and we have to make sure we take them,” said the Ivory Coast international. “Our goal gave us some confidence, but we needed to follow it up. They are a very strong side and they scored a third quickly which was very difficult to come back from.
“When you score you have to be happy, but when you’ve conceded five goals ultimately it means nothing. It was a nice moment for me personally, but after the game the main feeling is that as a collective we need to do better.