Cesc Fabregas Says Don’t Compare Chelsea To Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’

The Blues are unbeaten in all competitions so far…

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas has insisted that people shouldn’t compare his current side with Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles.’

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The Blues have made an unbeaten start to the season, and are currently four points clear at the top of the Premier League although second placed Southampton have a game in hand. They beat West Bromwich 2-0 on Saturday to extend this run to the first eleven games of the campaign.

The Spaniard also commented that the league title is not won yet. The midfielder echoed his manager Jose Mourinho’s thoughts in playing down any comments suggesting that the Stamford Bridge outfit have the league title sewn up.

“We know it is a long way to go,” Fabregas was quoted by Goal.

“We don’t look at all the comments from TV, press or fans because if you start looking at it now, everyone will think that Chelsea has already won the title and it is not like that.

“I don’t compare us with any other big sides because we haven’t won anything,” he insisted., avoiding comparisons with the “invincibles.

“This is just the beginning. Everyone is talking well about Chelsea now, how great we are and then you lose two games they will talk about how bad we are.

“We have been long enough in football not to fall into this trap and to just keep going the way we want to achieve things.”

They are already eight points clear of main rivals Manchester City, while other potential rivals Manchester United and Arsenal lie 13 and 15 points behind respectively.

It will take a massive effort from any of these teams to make up this kind of a deficit.

Fabregas grabbed his 10th assist of the season against West Brom this weekend, and has enjoyed a successful return to the Premier League.

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