Cesc Fabregas’ hilarious reply to a question on Twitter will delight both Arsenal and Chelsea fans. The former Premier League star too time out for a Q&A today.
Chelsea and Arsenal fans do not look eye to eye with each other or agree on a lot of topics. However, Cesc Fabregas, who has played for both the teams, has somehow managed to get on the good sides of the fans of both these clubs by taking a cheeky swipe at Tottenham on twitter.
Ahead of his practice session with AS Monaco, where he now plies his trade, Fabregas launched Q&A with his fans on Twitter on Tuesday morning. The midfielder was asked ‘which of his 50 Premier League goals was his favourite’ by a fan. The Spaniard’s reply left the fans in stitches.
Cesc Fabregas’ hilarious reply to a question on Twitter will delight both Arsenal and Chelsea fans
Every goal against Spurs will do https://t.co/hvQgjLteM4
— Cesc Fàbregas Soler (@cesc4official) January 7, 2020
‘Every goal against Spurs will do’ Fabregas replied.
Fans on twitter loved the reply and let their appreciation known to Fabregas.
Chelsea and Arsenal fans may not get along on many things but we can at least laugh together about Spurs’ constant embarrassments.
— El Jefe (@DHeadlam) January 7, 2020
As far as it goes,we never considered you a snake when you joined chelshit. You offered yourself to us, we refused.
You’re bigger than Van Persie in our history. pic.twitter.com/o3SmgXb6S5
— NGEЯEWANI (@NinazAnto) January 7, 2020
HE HATES TOTNUM
— ℤℕ ⍟ (@ChelseaMCMV) January 7, 2020
Cheers to that pic.twitter.com/qr0NZ0o5eS
— 25 [MellowSaviour] (@25TheLiquor) January 7, 2020
This is not the first time Fabregas has taken a shot at Tottenham. After Spurs lost the Champions League final to Liverpool last season, Fabregas took aim at his constant London rivals. Despite leaving Chelsea in January, Fabregas was still eligible for the Europa Cup winners medal after Chelsea beat Arsenal in the final.
Fabregas, who was part of the BT Sports punditry team at the time, posed with the Europa Trophy and winded up Tottenham with a since deleted tweet that said that he made more money than Tottenham whilst being in a studio.
Fabregas came through La Masia, Barcelona’s youth academy, before joining Arsenal at the age of 16 in 2003. He stayed with the club till 2011 before moving back to Barcelona. He returned to London in 2014 but this time as a Chelsea player until 2019.
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