For France To Win Euro, Chelsea Man Needs To Play Regularly – Fabregas Insists

Fabregas insists France would win the Euro 2021 if Chelsea Man is played regularly for the Les Blues.

Fabregas made the assertion while speaking ahead of the start of the European competition on Friday night. The Spanish pointed out many things that could help the Les Blues win the competition.

The former Chelsea player played along side N’golo Kante for two seasons together at Chelsea. The pair won one Premiership title together as well as the Europa league under Maurizio Sarri before his departure to Italy.

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There time together was formidable for Chelsea. Their partnership was solid and earned Chelsea important trophies before Fabregas moved to Monaco.

N’golo Kante performance for Chelsea in the last season was all encompassing. He helped the blues to win the UEFA Champions League trophy over Manchester City in Portugal.

His stellar performance has earned him several most valuable player of Chelsea matches including the UEFA Champions League. His overall performance has fetched him the serious notion that he could win the Ballon D’or over several key players jostling for the individual awards.

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Though, Kante has played down the possibility of winning the prestigious awards. Many soccer pundits have tipped the French guy to land the awards in December.

The singular way for France to win the on-going Euro is for Les Blues to play N’golo Kante regularly in the tournament. Les Blues boast of talented players among all the teams that battling for the Europe prestigious trophy.

One key factor to winning the awards is Kante, and he must play regularly without injury for the country team for France to have a chance of winning the competition.

In the French team, players like Paul Pogba, N’golo Kante, Mbappe, Antoine Griezman are all in the team. Their skills combine can land the trophy in July for the Les Blues.