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Defender reacts to the Hornets' 0-0 draw with Brighton

Kabasele | “We Showed Character”

Christian Kabasele's tone was one of positivity after the Hornets' goalless draw with Brighton on Saturday afternoon, despite admitting he and his teammates had very much been looking for a second straight Premier League win. 

A first-half red card for Miguel Britos forced the Golden Boys to adopt a more defensive strategy against the Seagulls, and the Belgian, a Man of the Match contender after a rock solid display, took it as a point gained. 

“We can be happy today,” he said after full-time. 

“When you play for 70 minutes with 10 men, and you keep a clean sheet and you draw, it's a good result.

“In the beginning we wanted to put Brighton seven points behind, but it's okay, when the game finishes like this you can be happy.”

Watch the full interview with Kabasele above, or click below to watch the highlights from Vicarage Road. 

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