The World Cup victor, who missed a first-half penalty in the game, has won four major trophies, including two Premier League titles, during his time at the club and was clearly emotional after the game.
The 31-year-old captained Chelsea against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, in what was likely his final appearance after four and a half seasons with the Blues.
Fabregas joined Chelsea in June 2014 in a €33million transfer from Barcelona and has won two Premier League titles with the club.
And Belgium worldwide Hazard was quick to praise his team-mate after the win over Forest.
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"We know that if we keep making chances the goal will come so we've just got to patient sometimes, keep going and, luckily it came together today". We are all pleased with his performance but we were even when he didn't score in previous games so hopefully it will be good for his morale that he scored, and hopefully he will be more free in his mind.
Speaking after the match, Fabregas left a strong message for young prospect Hudson-Odoi who provided two assists for Alvaro Morata. Hudson-Odoi has also been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Bayern Munich reportedly interested.
According to The Sun, Hudson-Odoi s willing to leave his boyhood club and become successor to Dutch great Arjen Robben.
"I have told him that if he does not really make it at the very top I will be disappointed because he is one of these talents you can see can be fantastic".
"We've proposed a contract for quite a while, so we're waiting".