Fabregas: We reacted well to goals conceded

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Cesc Fabregas scored Arsenals fourth on Sunday

Cesc Fabregas scored Arsenal's fourth on Sunday

Arsenal 6 – 2 Blackburn Rovers

Cesc Fabregas believes that the way Arsenal reacted to falling behind to Blackburn twice was crucial to their 6-2 victory at the Emirates on Saturday.

The Arsenal captain was in top form, creating three of the Gunners’ six goals and scoring one himself.

Speaking after the game, Fabregas said: “We played well. I think in the first ten or 15 minutes we were a big shaky defensively, but we reacted well after the goals and it was a good game in the end.”

After scoring his first and Arsenal’s fourth Fabregas celebrated by pointing to the Arsenal badge on his shirt.

“I’m committed to this club 100 per cent,” he said.

“It’s my seventh season here and sometimes it’s hard to hear people say I’m not committed enough. I really love this club.”

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