Cesc Fabregas: "Every team's equal. There's no clear favourite."
Ahead of Spain’s Euro 2016 campaign which kicks-off on Friday, the midfielder believes the team can "do something special again.”
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas talked to the press ahead of Spain’s campaign in Euro 2016 which opens against the Czech Republic on Monday 13 June.
Atmosphere in Spain camp: “It’s a good feeling. We haven’t really had much opportunity for everyone to be together, but since the week that just few of us got together against Bosnia, it’s been all good. Everyone’s is hungry and committed to do doing something special again.”
First game at Euros: “It’s always said that the first game is vital, for good or for bad. The result doesn’t mean everything but for team confidence a good start is important.”
Spain as favourites: “Everyone is on par. I don’t see a clear favourite. I don’t give odds much importance because you’ve just got to go out and show what you can do on the pitch. We’ll see what happens as the tournament progresses.”
Security situation: “We still haven’t talked about it. You’ve just got to go there with a natural state of mind. Things have happened, but we believe in football, in justice, in security…so we’ll just go there and enjoy it and believe that we can come away winners. I’m sure nothing’s going to happen, and I’m not going to think anything more of it.”
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