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.
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.
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