Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas makes his comeback in Spain victory

04 June 2010 06:34
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas returned to action after two months out injured in Spain's 1-0 win over South Korea yesterday - and came close to scoring with a shot that hit the bar.[LNB]Jesus Navas eventually scored the stunning late goal that won it for Spain.[LNB] Back in action: Spain's Cesc Fabregas takes on Woo Kim Jung of South Korea[LNB] Fabregas, linked with a move to Barcelona this week, played for an hour without any problems. [LNB]He admitted: 'It's been a tough match. We are coming off a long season and a build-up with a lot of training sessions, morning and afternoon, and it tells.[LNB] Target practice: Spain's Jesus Navas (left) shoots past South Korea's Lee Young-Pyo[LNB] 'The first half was better than the second for me. But I am feeling good.'[LNB] Pepe Reina made a couple of important saves in the match. Striker Fernando Torres remains the only Spanish player not to have featured in the warm-up matches as he continues his recovery from knee surgery. [LNB] Yaya Toure closer to Manchester City switch as midfielder's agent demands talks with BarcelonaFabregas battle not finished as Barcelona refuse to back down[LNB] [LNB]  

Source: Daily_Mail