A less than perfect display away from home, resulting in a stalemate, is nothing to worry about for the ex-Arsenal midfielder as his colleagues turn focus to European football
Fabregas, who scored in the 2-2 draw on Saturday night, saw his side pegged back by the home side in the second-half as a 2-0 lead crumbled.
However, with a Champions League clash against AC Milan on Tuesday, the former Arsenal man is taking things with ease and insisted there was no real worry following the slip.
"We know how to win, how to lose, how to play and how to get back and this is what is important," Fabregas told Sport.es.
Adriano, who also featured at the Estadio Municipal de Anoeta, is eager to move on.
"It was a tough game for us, but now we have to think about the Champions League," said the Brazilian defender.
Thiago Alcantara, meanwhile, was asked what he thought of Real Madrid's leap to the top of the table following their 4-2 win over Getafe.
"This league is not just made up of two teams," said the midfielder.
Barcelona are third in the league, two points behind Real.