Cesc Fabregas receives TWO out of 10 from French press for poor display against Marseille as Monaco slip to 19th in Ligue 1 table
- Cesc Fabregas received a paltry score for his performance against Marseille
- The former Arsenal and Chelsea man was scored a two out of 10 by French press
- Monaco fell to a 4-3 defeat at home to Andre Villas-Boas’ side on Sunday
- It leaves Leonardo Jardim’s side in the relegation zone following their poor start
Cesc Fabregas has received the paltry score of two marks out of 10 from the French press for his performance against Marseille.
However, Fabregas’ performance was deemed to have been so bad that L’Equipe handed him the embarrassingly low score for his efforts.
Cesc Fabregas received a paltry score from the French press for his performance on Sunday
L’Equipe gave Fabregas an embarrassing two marks out of 10 against Marseille
MONACO’S FIRST FIVE LIGUE 1 GAMES
Monaco 0-3 Lyon
Metz 0-3 Monaco
Monaco 2-2 Nimes
Strasbourg 2-2 Monaco
Monaco 0-3 Lyon
Fabregas wasn’t the only one to receive a low score from the French news outlet as both full-backs and the goalkeeper were each handed three out of 10 for their role in the seven-goal thriller.
L’Equipe‘s famous ratings, which began in 1946, are notoriously strict and often hold weight among football fans.
Some may claim that the rating against Marseille could be a little harsh but overall, it just hasn’t been the best of starts for the Spaniard.
Fabregas was sent off after just 30 minutes of Monaco’s opening game of the season, which they lost at home to Lyon.
Monaco are yet to register a win after five games with Leonardo Jardim’s men losing three and drawing the other two.
Fabregas (right) was shown a red card 30 minutes into Monaco’s opening game of the season