Cesc Fabregas Says Sorry to John Terry After Spain Beat England

Cesc Fabregas Says Sorry to John Terry After Spain Beat England

Cesc Fabregas said sorry to John Terry after Spain beat England 2-0 tonight.

The Chelsea captain shared on Instagram tonight that he was watching the action in Alicante from his home.

It was a disappointing night for Roy Hodgson’s men, as Mario Gaspar and Santi Cazorla hit the goals to give the Spanish champions an ideal start to their European Championship defence.

Fabregas played the full 90 minutes and even assisted Gaspar for the opening goal.

And he couldn’t resist a comment to his club captain after seeing his post at full-time.

This was the picture Terry posted early on in the friendly clash:


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That obviously caught Fabregas’ attention – and his comment soon followed. Although we’re not entirely sure whether he was being serious or sarcastic:

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If Fabregas is being sarcastic then it’s some quality banter from the Chelsea midfielder at the expense of Terry.

It was a disappointing night for the English, but nothing to be seriously worried about as Hodgson named a youthful team to take on the reigning Euro champions.

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