He shared a photo of himself with the Europa League trophy, which he helped win this season with the Blues before moving to Monaco in January.
Cesc Fabregas won the Europa League for playing his part with Chelsea earlier in the season
And the Spaniard wrote: ‘In the end I won more myself from a studio than you guys.’ He subsequently deleted the tweet.
Whether the 32-year-old’s message was a bit of fun or a classless jibe probably depends on which team you support.
But there is no doubting Fabregas’ anti-Tottenham sentiments after he played for two of their fiercest rivals.
Harry Kane and Co fell short against Liverpool and finished the season without a trophy
Liverpool downed Spurs 2-0 in the Champions League showpiece and the midfielder chose to stick the knife in.
He was replying to Spurs legend Graham Roberts on Twitter who had criticised him earlier in the season for a lack of game time at Monaco.
Fabregas responded by saying he did not think Spurs would win a trophy this year and followed it up with Sunday’s taunt about winning more silverware this year despite being on punditry duty for the Europa League final between his old clubs.
The Spurs players were devastated on Saturday night and Fabregas