Christian Kabasele has described Watford's win over Liverpool as the best game he has been involved in, throughout his career.

The Belgian played a key part in the win, keeping the likes of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane quiet throughout, as an Ismaila Sarr brace and a goal from Troy Deeney saw the Hornets comfortably end the league-leaders' unbeaten run.

Speaking in an interview for the club website, the 29-year-old described it as a "special" performance and said the whole team were at their best.

“It was only last month, against Liverpool when we won 3-0," he said when asked about the best game he had played in.

"It was incredible in terms of atmosphere in the stadium, individual performances and you couldn't rate any of our players under an eight out of ten. Breaking Liverpool's unbeaten run made it even more special.”

Kabasele also claimed that Vicarage Road is the best ground he has played in for generating atmosphere and praised the home supporters for the noise they make during important games, including the win over the Reds.

“All the big games at Vicarage Road, there is no doubt about this," he said on the subject of atmosphere in games.

"There is nothing like the singing and the noise from the Watford fans when we do well, like against Liverpool.”

The defender was not quite so complimentary about everyone however, and said that team-mate Jose Holebas can be a difficult person to motivate sometimes, when asked about characters in the dressing room.

“It is really difficult to make him do something he doesn't want to do," he said of the Greek defender.