Date: 30th June 2008 at 4:20pm
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Every time Cesc Fabregas opens his mouth, out pours further reason for Arsenal fans to love him even more.

Cesc won his first international honour as Spain triumphed 1-0 over the Germans thanks to a Fernando Torres goal, and after the celebrations had subsided, Fabregas dedicated his medal to the hoards of worshipping Gooners.

‘This was the happiest day of my life as a professional footballer. But this is also for the Arsenal fans that have been suffering a lot this year.’ Said Cesc

‘For them, at least one player has won something. It is for them. It also makes up for Paris. I can see there is a massive difference between losing and winning in a final.’

‘Even if they say being a finalist is important, there is no way you can replace the feeling of winning. I finally made something at a young age, I never expected it to be with Spain.’

‘Now I want to do it with Arsenal.’

Despite only being the tender age of 21 Fabregas regularly says all the right things at all the right times.

He really is on his way to becoming one of the all-time greats.