Twitter blasts Chelsea’s public enemy No.1

In the build up to today’s Capital One Cup final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, Diego Costa revealed that he wouldn’t be changing his style of play any time soon (despite only just returning from a three-match ban for stamping on Emre Can in Chelsea’s Capital One Cup clash against Liverpool).

There is no denying that the former Atletico Madrid plays on the edge of the laws of the game and probably embodies everything Jose Mourinho is as a manager; he is definitely a player that you’d love on your team, however, if he were lining up against you, you’d despise the striker.

Costa was involved in a few heated moments during the first-half with Eric Dier and Nabil Bentaleb ending up on the end of few wild arms and harsh words from the Spanish international.

Twitter, of course, responded in true social media fashion as Costa’s antics continued:

 


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