Cesc Fabregas finally admits to throwing that slice of pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson

Saturday, 07 October 2017, 11:23:29 AM. Back in 2004, Manchester United ended Arsenal Football Club's 49-game unbeaten streak. After the game, a mystery Arsenal player threw a piece of pizza at

Back in 2004, ended Arsenal Football Club's 49-game unbeaten streak. After the game, a mystery Arsenal player threw a piece of pizza at United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Thirteen years later, the pie-hurler's identity has finally been revealed.

In an episode of British sports-comedy gameshow A League of Their Own, host James Corden questioned current Chelsea footballer Cesc Fabregas about the pizza assault, which occurred during the athlete's time on Arsenal's roster.

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"Key witness Martin Keown, when questioned, revealed this: 'From what I understand, it was a Spanish fella with great technique. Even when it came to the pizza he had great technique. He threw it like a Frisbee,'" Corden said. "Were you the culprit who threw the pizza?"

The lights dimmed low and high-intensity music played in the background before Fabregas ultimately stood up and passionately screamed, "Yes!"

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The moment is now trending on Twitter, and most users find it quite hilarious. One fan even : "He passes with his left foot / He passes with his right / He lobbed margherita at Fergie in a pizza fight."

Another fan proclaimed his admiration , "What. A. Man. Look at how proud he is. Can never hate him to be honest."

Others thought the athlete's behavior was downright disrespectful. "I'm not even saying this cos [sic] I immensely dislike the guy, but what is funny about throwing a pizza slice at the greatest manager of all time?" .

"Arsenal fans who worship Cesc Fabregas are not proper fans. It's embarrassing. Completely mugged the club off and you're loving it," .

At least the cat - er, pizza - is finally out of the bag. A nice, cheesy pie might be Fabregas' weapon of choice, but the .

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