Injured for a large part of the season with Monaco, Cesc Fabregas spent only 40 minutes on the pitch during the National 2 match against Aubagne. Hit in the ankle on a tackle, the Spaniard left his teammates before the break.
Cesc Fabregas stacks the tiles. Back on the pitch with the AS Monaco reserve this Saturday, the Spanish international left the pitch after 40 minutes during a match against Aubagne at the Louis-II Stadium. In an official match for the first time in eight months, Holder injured his ankle after a tackle from midfielder Aubagne, No.6, from Gaiton Thero. In the eyes of his family, having reached the half-hour mark, the 2010 world champion, minutes before his release, Aubagne was close to the decider with a cross over the head to Yellen Ocko, who passed right next to the goalkeeper’s cage. . ,
Too many injuries?
Cesc Fabregas limped in the locker room on the break, while telling his family it was over for him today. An endless ordeal for anyone who didn’t wear the AS Monaco jersey in competition for 219 days. The 34-year-old Spaniard has chained up physical disturbances. Freed from a protracted hamstring injury and then positive for Covid in January, he returned to training the following month, culminating in a friendly against English club Brentford’s reserve.
The midfielder then injured his ankle, forcing him to oversee a new phase of rehabilitation. Returning to collective seasons since the start of the month, Philippe Clément above all wanted to give them a “lower level” rhythm than Ligue 1. Failed, as he only spent 40 minutes in the meadow. A worrying sign, which raises many questions about the future of the former Barcelona player. Would we have seen the Spaniard’s last minutes in the Monegasque jersey?