Chelsea midfielder Pedro has lent his support towards compatriot Cesc Fabregas, after the latter was booed by the Chelsea FC fans during the Blues’ 3-1 win over Sunderland. According the fans, Fabregas’s poor performances led to Mourinho’s sacking. But Pedro dismissed these claims and insisted that his teammate will prove his loyalty in the coming weeks. Fabregas arrived at Chelsea following a £30m deal with Barcelona in June 2014, and helped the Blues to win the title in his first season. But his dip in form and effort this season has forced the fans to hold him guilty for Jose Mourinho’s sacking last week. Fabregas can overcome mutinous fans Fabregas is one of the three Chelsea players that received plenty of stick in their 3-1 win over Sunderland on Saturday, as the fans express their anger following Mourinho’s exit. But Pedro believes his compatriot can rise above this and prove his loyalty to the fans. “It was difficult for him but […]