Sloppy Work | Cesc Fabregas Covers Adidas Logo from Cap with Simple Tape

This was anything but useful. Cesc Fabregas, who is sponsored by Puma, has covered the famous Adidas logo of his white and black Adidas cap with simple white tape in Chelsea's Premier League clash against Liverpool to give Adidas no free advertisement.

Fabregas Covers Adidas logo with white tape

Cesc Fabregas caused quite a stir on social media wearing the simplistic white and black Adidas hat.

While Cesc Fabregas covered the Adidas Performance logo of the simple white and black cap, he has forgotten to hide the Three Stripes branding which makes his entire action rather useless.

It keeps a secret who forced the Spanish midfielder to cover the Adidas logo of the hat, even though it's likely that it was a spur-of-the-moment decision rather of Fabregas rather than an command from his boot supplier Puma.

Adidas vs Puma. Do you think it makes any sense to cover the logo of a cap? Let us know in the comments section below.