Barcelona and La Roja midfielder Cesc Fabregas wants a new title with national football team of Spain, saying it’s hard to pass up such an opportunity. If Spain win the Confederations Cup will set a record hard to be broke.
Cesc Fabregas said he wants another international title in track. He wants to win the Confederations Cup, which would bring in window medals a new worldwide distinction.
In the previous edition in 2009, Spain was eliminated in the semifinals by the U.S.. But this year the Iberian midfielder hopes to not miss the opportunity to win the trophy. As all know, Spain won Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012. If they come out triumph in this competition, will see a record that will stand prominently for many years to come.
“It’s seems a less significant competition but for us it’s very important,” said the 26-year-old midfielder for the Spanish newspaper Marca. Then he continued. “I’m very proud with what we’ve done, but we need to continue. This team never settles. We want the Confederations Cup. This generation deserves to have all the titles. The more you win, the more you want. We have the advantage of knowing what it takes to win, what it means to win. The team is ready to continue along this line.”
Spain are in Group B of the tournament. La Roja will play the first match on Sunday June 16th against Uruguay. The next match will have withTahiti on June 20, then will face Nigeria on June 23.