Cesc Fabregas, the author of a performance that some described as “ghostly” against Strasbourg during the defeat of his family, was severely criticized by Monegasque supporters. Replaced by Adrien Silva at 69e, the Spaniard came out under the whistles of a large part of the public present at Louis-II. If the 2014 world champion, arrived in January 2019 on Rocher, struggling to find his best level, the whistles against him does not pass for his coach Robert Moreno.
“Cesc Fabregas had a difficult match against Strasbourg, but that was the case for all of our players,” he recalled at a press conference. There was an individual marking on him at the start of the match and he still found spaces. I don’t understand how the public can whistle it. Why not at the end of the match. But during a match, you should rather encourage it. He’s a player from our club. We should never whistle one of our players. He wears the Monaco jersey. I understand that people are not happy with the result but it seems difficult to whistle during the match … Against Strasbourg, he made his best match in terms of intensity, so there is no problem physical for him, “said the Spanish coach at a press conference.