Cesc Fabregas Gets Into Champions League History

Chelsea and Spain’s midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, got into the Champions League history after his goal on Wednesday against the Azberjian side, Qarabag FK.


The Spaniard, Cesc Fabregas, has scored for Chelsea in the second half through a penalty against Qarabag FK to help Chelsea secure an important win, and be on the top of the group until now.

According to the British outlet, Sky Sports, Cesc Fabregas has joined the elite group in the Champions League after being the fourth Spanish player in the history of the European tournament, Champions League, to score 20 goals or more where only three other Spanish players were able to score 20 goals or more. The players are Raul who scored 71 goals, Fernando Morientes, 33 goals, and finally Atletico Madrid’s current striker, Fernando Torres with 20 goals.


On the other hand, Cesc Fabregas can break another record and be the third most scoring Spanish player in the Champions League if he scores a goal against Atletico Madrid on the 5th of December or another goal in the knock out stages.

Knowing that Cesc Fabregas played in the Champions League with three different clubs which are Arsenal, Barcelona, and now Chelsea and has never won the Champions League with any of these clubs, and the best position he achieved was a runner-up in 2006 with Arsenal when Arsenal lost to Barcelona in the Champions League final.


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