GNIEWINO, Poland (AP) – Cesc Fabregas isn't just scoring goals for Spain, he's also the European champions' most savvy clairvoyant when it comes to predicting results at Euro 2012.
Fabregas, who has scored two goals in two matches, leads David Silva in Spain's pre-tournament predictions for the first 16 games at Euro 2012.
Trying to guess results is a tradition in the Spain squad and is usually organized by Carles Puyol. The defender is absent from Euro 2012 due to injury and his duties have passed to Barcelona teammate Sergio Busquets in Poland and Ukraine.
Spain striker Alvaro Negredo is in third place and predicted a 2-0 victory for Spain in its final Group C match against Croatia on Monday. The Sevilla forward was sticking by that pick on Saturday.