Selasa, 28 Februari 2017

Fabregas Prove his career in Chelsea have not Finished

The Chelsea midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, scored twice while carrying his team's 4-2 victory over Leicester City. For Fabregas, the goals at once prove if his career with The Blues is not yet finished.

Magpies United Kingdom League Cup third round at the King Power Stadium, Wednesday (21/9/2016) early morning EDT, Fabregas got the confidence to appear sincethe early minutes.

Spain's Barcelona midfielder was able to exhibit his ability. He scored two goals in minute 92 and 94 '.

Thanks to the two golnya that, Chelsea play drew 2-2 in normal time, successful 4-2victory over Leicester. Two goals in The Blues into the other Gary Cahill (45 + 2 ') and Cesar Azpilicueta (50 '), while a pair of goals in The Foxes into Shinji Okazaki (17 ', 34 ').

Able to scored two goals is retaliation Cecs Fabregas against criticism often directed at him. It also shows goal if his role at Chelsea is still badly needed.

"I'm very happy to be playing since the beginning of the match. Hopefully it could silence critics and journalists, who often says things ugly about me and doubted my ability in the team, "said Fabregas.

"My focus for the team, and any opportunity to show what I could, I would give the best create a Chelsea," stated the former Barcelona midfielder ...

Fabregas Prove his career in Chelsea have not Finished


Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger, made sure quarterback Aaron Ramsey will not beinvolved in the sixth match of the weekend Premier League 2016-2017 against Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium, Saturday (24/9/2016).

Ramsey is still undergoing restoration a nagging hamstring injury suffered in the opening Premier League game against Liverpool. Wenger assesses it at least Wales midfielder will be back playing after pause i.e. International in mid-October 2016.

"Aaron Ramsey is still struggling with the injury hamstringnya. I think he won't be available against Chelsea as well for the next game against Basel and Burnley, "said Wenger.

Even so, Arsenal could be good news from Olivier Giroud. France midfielder was already showing his recovery from a leg injury. However, Wenger could not ascertain whether Giroud would appear in the action entitled the London Derby.

"For we will see Giroud whether he could be involved in a match against Chelsea. He had a great practice session yesterday, but I think too fast for him to play tomorrow. However, we will still see the fitness test result today, "said Manager France berpaspor it.

Arsenal are currently fourth in the Premier League with 10 points. Meanwhile, Chelsea are one level below the Cannon of London with a collection of the same points but lost goal difference.

Manager Pep Guardiola a successful menyapubersih victory in nine matches the beginning of Manchester City in the summer of 2016-2017. Nevertheless, Pep feel restless because the players are The Citizens easily lost the ball. It was revealed by Defender Gael Clichy.

Fabregas Prove his career in Chelsea have not Finished


Clichy exposes that Pep got angry in the locker room at half the first round kala Citydealing against Swansea City in the League Cup, United Kingdom 2016-2017. At that time, the score was still goalless.

"Pep is not too happy with this outcome. He was angry. For our trainers, creating a lot of opportunities are indeed good. However, we did not play well. We too often lost the ball in midfield, "said Clichy.

"We know things are right or wrong things we do in the match. The victory was the most important and we will continue to expand, "he said.

After getting to the discourse of Barcelona City, the players got up and scored two goals in the next through the donation of Clichy and Aleix Garcia. The city closed the game with a 2-1 victory.

"We didn't start the game well. The first half didn't go well for us, but all the better for us in the second half, "said Clichy.

Manchester City again met Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on the sixth week Premier League 2016-2017, Saturday (24/9/2016).

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