The Premier League is desperately digging for content (we feel their pain) looking back on the best players to have graced this league over the years.
One of the last decade’s iconic PL players is Cesc Fabregas, both for his early years at Arsenal and his return to play at Chelsea.
Unfortunately for Gooners, the list that Cesc himself posted makes it pretty clear where he really thinks he had success. While he broke out at Arsenal, he really peaked with us. And that will never stop being fun, considering he was previously a favourite of the Emirates faithful.
You can see Cesc’s Tweet here:
My debut at Burnley
Winning my 1st Premier League
Goal vs QPR
Reaching 100 assists
Becoming second highest assist provider
Winning the 2nd Premier League
Playing my 350th game as my last PL game at the bridge
Now you can choose 🤷🏻♂️😅
— Cesc Fàbregas Soler (@cesc4official) April 12, 2020
If you need your memory jogging, the debut at Burnley was where he got that amazing assist for Andre Schurrle, the goal against QPR was the one where he pulled off the mask and Chelsea marched to the title and the rest… are self explanatory.
It’s actually quite ridiculous what he achieved at Chelsea compared to Arsenal, and this list really rubs it in… so we love it!