Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is looking forward to the Blues' second leg Champions League tie against Barcelona on Wednesday, but admitted that he doesn't know whether he'll celebrate should he score against his former side and 'friends'.
Willian gave the hosts the lead early in the second-half with a low driven finish from the edge of the box, but Lionel Messi took advantage of a defensive mix-up to equalise for the visitors with his first goal in nine Champions League games against the Premier League holders.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday's last-16 encounter, Fabregas, who came through Barca's La Masia academy, told Marca:
“My return in Barcelona is not important. The game between Chelsea and Barça is all that matters.
"I don’t know if I’d celebrate a goal against my former team. It’s a feeling you have in a determined moment, you can’t decide before," he revealed.
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