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Arsenal Video Compilation Shows Cesc Fabregas Was A Premier League Great

James Hilsum

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Arsenal Video Compilation Shows Cesc Fabregas Was A Premier League Great

A video compilation featuring some of Cesc Fabregas' best moments in an Arsenal shirt has dropped on Twitter, and shows that the Spaniard was one of the top ballers of his time.

There are skills, nutmegs, assists and goals aplenty that showcase the midfielder during his peak years with the Gunners during the late noughties.


The clip runs for just over three-and-a-half minutes and serves as a reminder of Fabregas' undisputed ability.

Unfortunately for Arsenal fans, Fabregas could not lead the side to a glut of silverware, winning just the one FA Cup in seven years as a first-team player in north London, before moving onto Barcelona.

In the case of many players, the trophies started to flood in after leaving Arsenal though, as Fabregas won a La Liga title, a Spanish Cup, a World Club Cup, a UEFA Supercup and two Spanish Supercups during a three-year spell at the Camp Nou.

PA: Cesc Fabregas celebrates winning the Premier League title in 2015.
PA: Cesc Fabregas celebrates winning the Premier League title in 2015.

He then returned to England with Chelsea in 2014, and won two Premier League titles, a League Cup, an FA Cup and the Europa League during five successful years at Stamford Bridge.

His CV at international level is impressive too, after winning the World Cup and two European Championships with Spain between 2008 and 2012.

PA: Cesc Fabregas in action for Monaco.
PA: Cesc Fabregas in action for Monaco.

It is easy to forget that Fabregas is still playing with Monaco, but a hamstring injury has limited his involvement to just five appearances across all competitions for Niko Kovač's side - the most recent of which came in a 1-0 Europa League victory over Sturm Graz in September.

Sadly, Fabregas' best days appear to be behind him, but the streets won't forget his impact on the Premier League.

Topics: Cesc Fabregas, Premier League, Arsenal

James Hilsum
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