Fabregas admits to being the culprit in 2004 pizza incident.
In 2004, Man United ended Arsenal’s unbeaten streak at Old Trafford.
There was a very heated confrontation in the tunnel after the game that shook the football world.
Both set of players were shoving each other and a pizza was thrown in the direction of then United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
The pizza slice landed on the manager jacket and have to change it for the interviews after the game.
Ashley Cole, Martin Keown have been questioned on who the culprit is and their answers were always referring to Fabregas.
Even Sir Alex Ferguson told that he is unsure who the culprit is although peers around him told it was the Spanish midfielder.
13 years, Fabregas has finally admitted in a talk show hosted by James Corden.
When the host asked to put the case to bed, the cheeky midfielder replied “Yes”.
“I heard a lot of noises and I went out to check what’s happening with my slice of pizza” he said.
He also added “I saw Campbell, Rio, Keown and everyone pushing each other. I want to involve so I threw the pizza into the mess”.
Fabregas apologetically tells that he has no intention of throwing at Sir Alex and didn’t mean to do it.
He then sends an video apology to the ex-United manager live on TV.