VIDEO: Courtois gets revenge over a trolling Fabregas

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The Chelsea goalkeeper showed up his team-mate with an impressive double save after the Spaniard had poked fun at the 24-year-old with his own video

Thibaut Courtois has responded to Cesc Fabregas's attempts to wind him up in the best way possible.

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Spain international Fabregas had initially posted a video of him scoring past the Belgian with ease, seemingly in response to Courtois's video of him scoring a stunning strike from long range.

The caption to that clip posted on the player's Instagram account read: "Easy practice against @thibautcourtois today in training."


Easy practice against @thibautcourtois today in training

A video posted by Cesc Fàbregas (@cescf4bregas) on

But the former Barcelona star hasn't had the last laugh, with Courtois responding with another training video, this time showing up Fabregas with two impressive saves to keep out the 29-year-old midfielder.

Courtois wrote on Instagram: "Easy practice against @cescf4bregas."


Easy practice against @cescf4bregas #cfc

A video posted by Thibaut Courtois (@thibautcourtois) on

There are clearly no hard feelings between the duo, with Fabregas himself commenting on the post and clearly seeing the funny side as he wrote: "Hahahahahaha!!!!! Grande!!!!!!"

Chelsea face Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday as they look to return to winning ways following the 2-0 defeat to Tottenham.

The Blues had been on a 13-game winning run in the leage before the loss at White Hart Lane although did get back on track with the 4-1 FA Cup triumph over Peterborough.

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