Internationals: Belgium Debut For Kabasele

Christian Kabasele made his international debut for Belgium during their 1-1 draw against Holland on Wednesday (November 9).

The Watford defender was a late addition to Roberto Martinez's starting line-up after Man City captain Vincent Kompany withdrew through injury following the warm-up.

Kabasele played the entire 90 minutes in Belgium's back-three as Yannick Carrasco's late equaliser cancelled out a first-half penalty from Holland's Davy Klaasen during the friendly match in Amsterdam.

Fellow Hornet Steven Berghuis - currently on loan at Feyenoord - was an unused substitute for the Dutch.

Juan Carlos Paredes was involved throughout as Ecuador lost 2-1 to Uruguay in World Cup qualifying action yesterday (Thursday November 10).

Ecuador's Felipe Caicedo levelled affairs after Sebastian Coates' opener, but Diego Rolan secured a sixth win out of six at home for the Uruguayans.

Juan Carlos Paredes and his Ecuador teammates after defeat to Uruguay

Watford's Academy midfielder Rhyle Ovenden was an unused substitute for Wales Under-19, who lost their opening 2017 UEFA Under-19 qualifier 2-0 to Greece.

The Hornets' second-year scholar will hope to be involved as Wales take on England tomorrow (Saturday November 12).

For a full round-up of Watford players in action over the international break click HERE.

First Team 06/11/2016

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