Cesc Febregas’ three most entertaining Premier League sides include a surprising pick
Cesc Fabregas opens up on his favorite Premier League teams at the moment.
Cesc Fabregas. (Source: Arsenal)
Former Premier League legend Cesc Fabregas has recently opened up on the teams he is most entertained by in the league. He mentioned some exciting picks and left out his former London club, which shocked quite a few of his fans.
Fabregas talked about how Manchester City remains the most entertaining team in the league due to Pep Guardiola’s magnificent tactical brain. He then picked Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and Roberto De Zerbi’s stellar work with Brighton and Hove Albion.
“It’s the way they understand the game. They know when to slow it down, quicken up, and find the suitable spaces.” He said while appreciating how Kaoro Mitoma and Solly March have constantly explored the opposition defense’s lines.
He also said that Brighton’s current way of playing is similar to Arsene Wenger‘s Arsenal where he played. Surprisingly, he made no comments on his father, London Club Chelsea, and left them out of the competition completely as they are trying to improve after massive spending.
Cesc Fabregas’ excellent 2009 season
Cesc Fabregas‘s extraordinary 2009/10 season is still making waves in the football world, firmly placing him in the conversation about the best midfielders in Premier League history. A viral compilation of his mesmerizing performances from that campaign has sparked discussions among fans, highlighting just how outstanding the Spaniard was. During that season, Fabregas played a pivotal role in Arsenal’s third-place finish in the Premier League, securing a Champions League spot.
He recorded a stunning 15 goals and 15 assists in just 27 games, not to mention his contributions in the Champions League, where he scored four goals and provided two assists. Even compared to other midfield greats like Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, Fabregas’s performance shines brightly, earning him the recognition he deserves for that exceptional season.
Despite the subsequent twists and turns in his career, including a dream move to Barcelona and a spell with Chelsea, it’s heartening to see that Arsenal fans still hold Fabregas in high regard and appreciate his incredible impact during his time with the Gunners. His legacy remains intact as fans reminisce about his extraordinary talents and contributions to the club, with some even hailing him as one of the best footballers they’ve ever seen in action.
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