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Fabregas not taking Ireland lightly

SoccerNews in European Championships 14 Jun 2012

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Cesc Fabregas has insisted that Spain will not underestimate Republic of Ireland in their second Euro 2012 Group C clash.

The reigning world and European champions had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Italy in their opening match, while Ireland were beaten 3-1 by Croatia, and the Barcelona midfielder is determined to get a positive result in Thursday’s meeting.

“Will it be easy against Giovanni Trapattoni’s team? No, no, no. If we think like that that, we would already be losing 1-0. We always say that kind of thing to motivate ourselves,” Fabregas told Uefa.com.

“We are a humble team, we respect other sides and treat them the way we should. I think that helps us get the result we deserve.

“We will put everything we have into the game. We have to play our own style of football, to never give up, and keep attacking.”

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