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Sebastian Prödl on yesterday's draw & an emotional day at The Vic

Prödl | "We Must Carry On & Give Him The Best Tribute"

It was a sense of two points dropped for Sebastian Prödl, as he reflected on a frustrating 0-0 draw against Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon. 

The Hornets had the better chances at an emotionally charged Vicarage Road, with Troy Deeney, Étienne Capoue and new loan signing Tom Cleverley all coming close to breaking the deadlock. 

On a day when Watford paid it's respects to legendary manager Graham Taylor, the Austrian defender was also full of praise for the send-off provided by all in attendance. 

"It was disappointing," he told watfordfc.com, when reflecting on the result.

"I think it’s two points lost, especially in the second-half as we created some good chances and had some good opportunities to score.

"I think you saw today how the crowd reacted after Graham Taylor's death that he really made a big impact for this club.

"Everybody was sad but everybody was happy with his memories. I think it was a great tribute for him."

Watch the above video for FREE to hear the full interview with Prödl, or head to our Match Review page for extended highlights, the best reaction from social media and fan tributes to Graham Taylor. 

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