When did Cesc Fabregas start playing for Spain?

May 19, 2021 Off By idswater

When did Cesc Fabregas start playing for Spain?

Internationally, Fàbregas made his debut for the Spanish national team in March 2006. He represented his country in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2008, 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2010 World Cup, Euro 2012, 2013 Confederations Cup, the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016.

What did Cesc Fabregas win at Camp Nou?

During his three-year spell at the Camp Nou, Fàbregas played alongside Xavi and Andrés Iniesta and won a La Liga title, the Copa del Rey, the FIFA Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and two Spanish Super Cups.

How did Cesc Fabregas idolize Pep Guardiola?

During his time at Barcelona’s youth academy, Fàbregas idolised Barcelona’s then-captain and number four Pep Guardiola, who would later give Fàbregas his shirt as consolation when Fàbregas’ parents divorced.

Why was Cesc Fabregas not selected for the World Cup?

Fàbregas was not selected for the Spain squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup (his Chelsea colleagues Pedro, Álvaro Morata and Marcos Alonso were also overlooked after the club’s disappointing season); he instead joined the BBC as a studio analyst for the tournament.

When did Cesc Fabregas move to Chelsea from Arsenal?

He returned to London in June 2014 to Arsenal’s cross-town rivals Chelsea for a fee of £30 million, and in his first year there he helped to secure League Cup and Premier League triumphs. Internationally, Fàbregas made his debut for the Spanish national team in March 2006.

Where did Cesc Fabregas live as a child?

Francesc was born on May 4, 1987, in Arenys de Mar, Spain, to Francesc Fàbregas Sr. and Núria Soler. His father operates a property company while his mother is a pastry company owner. His parents later divorced. He was passionate about football as a child and a big fan of ‘FC Barcelona.’

Why was Cesc Fabregas in the Battle of the buffet?

The match was dubbed the ” Battle of the Buffet ” after pizza was thrown at Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of the match in the players’ tunnel by a then-unknown Arsenal player. Speculation that the player was Fàbregas was confirmed in November 2011 by former Arsenal player Martin Keown on a phone-in show on BBC Radio 5 Live.