Chelsea winger Pedro believes that his teammate Cesc Fabregas will be able to win over the Chelsea fans after he incurred their wrath following a string of poor performances.
The Spaniard played an influential role in the club reclaiming the title after five years last season. However, he has been undergoing poor form throughout 2015. This saw Chelsea make their worst start to a league season in recent memory. The club continue to struggle near the relegation zone even after the appointment of Guus Hiddink as the interim manager. Fabregas is not known for scoring goals, but he is best at creating them from midfield.
Of late, however, even his passing has not been up to the mark. Pedro says that all players go through a bad spell of form and he has backed the Spaniard to successfully recover from his problems. Even though Fabregas is yet to complete two years at Stamford Bridge, there are already rumours about the likes of Juventus coming in with an offer for him. Such rumours confirmed that all is not well in the Spaniard’s camp. Chelsea are only a couple of places above the relegation zone and the major disappointments this season have been Diego Costa, Fabregas and Eden Hazard.
"It was difficult for him but he can get through this.He is strong mentally and very competitive. Cesc is a top player, a very good character in the team, he is a winner and it's good he plays for us.I understand why the fans are so upset. It's normal when the team and coach are in this position,” said Pedro. Fabregas was heavily criticised for organising a campaign against former manager José Mourinho. However, the 28-year-old was one of the first to express his sympathies to the Portuguese when he was sacked from his role.