Cesc Fabregas is unsure of a certain action against Barcelona when Chelsea clash Catalonia out in Camp Nou in the Champions League round of 16 return leg on Wednesday.
The former Barcelona playmaker admitted that he is unsure if he would celebrate scoring for the Blues against his former side Barcelona in the Champions League.
Chelsea is set to rival Barcelona for a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League after both teams played a 1-1 draw at the Stamford Bridge in the first leg.
Fabregas is expected to lace up his boot against Barcelona his boyhood club and he has insisted that he is not sure if he would celebrate scoring a goal against the La Liga giants.
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“Honestly, I haven’t thought about it [celebrating] at all.
“I’ve only scored two goals this season and it’s been a while since my last goal.
“There are feelings at such a moment that you can’t predict, I can’t definitively say I won’t celebrate, but it’s unlikely I would.
“I don’t think I’ll get many chances due to the position I play, what [Antonio Conte] asks of me is different to others. You never know in football and I hope it can happen, but I haven’t thought about it.
“My return in Barcelona is not important. The game between Chelsea and Barca is all that matters.” Fabregas told Spanish newspaper Marca.
Chelsea is fifth in the Premier League standings and the need for top four finish is important for Antonio Conte and his men if they want to play in Europe next season.