Arsenal's Goodison hero Cesc Fabregas has played down yesterdays emphatic victory against Everton, preferring rather to look at the work that lies ahead for his Arsenal side:"It is just the first game in the title race, that's all. We must keep going like this,"We have sold two great players. They both did not want to continue at Arsenal."What has happened is the best for them, and for us as well. We want players who are committed and want to be together, and we want to win things together."We know we can do that if we continue to play like we did against Everton. But I must underline that it is just the first game. We won 6-1, but this is football, one day you are the best and two days later you are the worst team in the world."Let's keep it real, this is game one and there are 37 to go so we will talk at the end to see how we have done."Fabregas also paid tribute to his friend and former team mate, Daniel Jarque, who tragically died of a heart attack recently. Fabregas dedicated his goals and the win to Jarque and his family, holding up a Spanish national team shirt with the name Jarque printed on the back following his second goal. "Hearing of Daniel Jarque's death was terrible news for me, I played alongside him for two years in Spain's under-21s, and he was my friend."It was shocking, not just in Spain but for the world of football. I dedicated my goals and the win to him and to send all my best wishes to his family."