CESC FABREGAS revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson threw a pizza at him because he didn't have the "courage to fight."
At the height of the fierce rivalry between Arsenal and Manchester United, the Gunners were defeated by United after his 2-0 loss to Old He. Tensions were high in the Trafford tunnels. October 2004.
The result ended Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run in the league, with the two sides clashing in an event later dubbed 'Buffett's Battle' or 'Pizzagate'.
And one of his main agitators, Fabregas, revealed why he threw that famous slice of pizza.
Fabregas told ITV Sport. stick too. So I was very frustrated.
``You were warming up but you didn't play. had some food... starving.
``I took a slice of pizza and started hearing noises. The only thing was toss the pizza. You probably don't have the strength or the courage to join the fight.
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Rio Ferdinand, who was also in attendance, told his Vibe with Five podcast:
"It certainly hit him. The haunting memory for me is that the guards had to stop him from entering the locker room.
"That's what I remember. You know what he's like. When his head is gone, it's over." Joining side Como, fellow Arsenal legend Thierry Henry will join him as a shareholder in the club.