Cesc Fabregas Shines in Spain's Friendly Over Chile (2 September 2011)- Pictures
Replacing Xavi in minute 64th, Cesc Fabregas created two goals that helped the Spain team win over Chile after left behind with 0-2 points. But for Fabregas, it was Iniesta who changed the match, by scoring the first goal for Spain.
Iniesta entered the field in minute 46th, when Spain was behind 0-2 from Chile. It takes 9 minutes before Iniesta reduce the score difference with his long range shot.
Fabregas completed the victory with his 2 goals in minute 71st and 90th.
“Andres is a man who truly changed the game. He was unbelievable. He created the first goal and gave assists for the second goal. I just need to touch the ball to score goals,” said Fabregas.
“I’m going through a great moment and let’s see if I could use it to play more often with the national team,” he added.
Spain: Iker Casillas (Pepe Reina 46), Sergio Ramos, Raul Albiol, Álvaro Arbeloa; Xavi (Fabregas 64), Xabi Alonso (Andrés Iniesta 46), David Silva (Santi Cazorla 80), Javi Martinez, Sergio Busquets, David Villa (Pedro 46), Alvaro Negredo (Fernando Torres 64)
Chile: Claudio Bravo; Pablo Contreras, Gonzalo Jara, Arturo Vidal; Jorge Valdivia (Fabian Orellana 86), Jean Beausejour (Felipe Gutierrez 79), Mauricio Isla (Fernando Meneses 84), Carlos Carmona, Gary Medel (Marco Estrada, 89); Alexis Sanchez, Eduardo Vargas (Felipe Seymour 58)