Cesc Fabregas has admitted Chelsea's poor start to the season gives him sleepless nights.
The Blues currently sit 16th in the Premier League, just three points above the relegation zone, having lost seven of their first 12 games.
He was back to his best for Spain on Friday evening as he dominated the midfield in their 2-0 win over England. However, he has been unable to produce similar performances for Blues.
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And Fabregas has admitted he struggles to sleep as he tries to make sense of the Stamford Bridge outfit's disastrous campaign.
As per the Independent, he said: “When things don't go right I can't sleep at night. Sometimes when I am at home, in bed, I wonder.
“The season is f*****. The results have not done justice to what we do on the pitch. We are doing things better, but we've had no luck. We have to start winning now."
Fabregas is not wrong, Chelsea do have to start winning and a home fixture against Norwich City has never been so important. A usual home banker will be a game full of nerves and tension as the Blues look for just their fourth win of the season.
Jose Mourinho is hanging on by a thread and some could argue he is lucky to still be in control at the Bridge.
With any hopes of retaining their Premier League title gone, the Pensioners must kick-start their season with a win over Norwich if they want to hang on to any hopes of reaching the top four.
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