FABREGAS: ARSENAL MAJOR HONOURS REVEALED
Cesc Fabregas won two trophies during his time at Arsenal. The AS Monaco spent eight years with the Gunners from 2003 to 2011 having moved to the North London club as a teenager. Cesc Fabregas signed for Arsenal from Catalan giants Barcelona.
Fabregas made his debut for Arsenal in a League Cup clash with Rotherham United at home in October 2003 thus becoming the youngest player to represent the Gunners at the age of 16 years and 177 days. He would later become the youngest Arsenal goalscorer when he found the back of net in a 5-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the same competition (League Cup).
Cesc Fabregas won the second of his two trophies at Arsenal with the FA Cup title at the end of the 2004/05 season. Arsenal beat Manchester United on penalties with ten men in the 2005 FA Cup final after the two clubs played out a goalless draw. He was an Arsenal player when the club went through the Premier League season without a single defeat one year earlier. Cesc Fabregas was not giving a medal as he didn't play a single game.
Fabregas won his first Arsenal trophy with the 2004 Community Shield thanks to the 3-1 win over Manchester United. All the four goals were scored in the second half. Alan Smith was on target for Manchester United on 55 minutes as he cancelled out the opening goal of the game from Brazilian midfielder Gilberto Silva five minutes earlier. Spanish attacker Jose Antonio Reyes won the best player for his all-round game and he was responsible for the second Arsenal goal on 58 minutes before an own goal from Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre wrapped up the victory for the Gunners. Cesc Fabregas played 87 minutes of the 2004 Community Shield before he was replaced by defender Sebastian Svard.