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Cesc Fabregas Warns Barcelona

Cesc Fabregas Warns Barcelona - Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has warned Barcelona defender Gerard Pique that he will have to be on top of his game in order to stop Real Madrid talisman Cristiano Ronaldo in tonight’s El Clasico.

Ronaldo and Pique know each other well from their time at Manchester United, and although Fabregas claims their overlapping Old Trafford careers may help his compatriot contain the former Premier League star, the Arsenal midfielder suggests Ronaldo has the individual ability to destroy his boyhood club at the Nou Camp this evening.

Fabregas is quoted by the Daily Mail, saying: “It must help Gerard that they played together at Old Trafford.

“But he will know that, if you lose your concentration, then Ronaldo kills you.”
Despite endorsing the world beating ability of Ronaldo, Fabregas has backed Barcelona to triumph in tonight’s top of the table clash, heralding Lionel Messi as the finest player on the planet.
He continued: “Messi is a phenomenon. He is like a bull, hardly ever injured, he is a physical evolution. He does things no one else can do. He scores goals, makes them... everything.

“Game after game he does all this. He’s the best, he seems to be from another planet. When he gets the ball no one ever knows what he is going to do.

“Real are improved from recent seasons, more dangerous that in the past. No one should be surprised at my feelings for Barcelona. My grandfather took me to the Nou Camp and in our house there was always a very special party for Barca-Real.

Cesc Fabregas Warns Barcelona

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