Seven Goals in Game Four of Diego Costa Makes Mourinho Surprised
London – Diego Costa appear extraordinary with packing trigol in Chelsea’s 4-2 victory over Swansea. It was reaping comments from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
At Stamford Bridge on Saturday (14/09/2014), Chelsea actually left earlier than Swansea due to an own goal from John Terry in the 11th minute.
However, after the Costa action and scored in the 45th minute, 56, and then 67 to fulfill trigolnya in the game, making the Chelsea fans singing ‘he scored at will‘ for the Brazilian-born striker Spain 25 years.
Three additional goals to make Costa now has collected seven goals in four Premier League games that he lakoni earlier this season. Since Mick Quinn for Coventry City did in 1992, only this time again there are players who can score goals in each of the four league games early.
It certainly makes Mourinho happy, and even shocked, although he also did not want no expectations and demands are too great to Costa.
“If the team plays well he should make a goal-scorer. Seven goals in four games is probably too much – we can not expect it has to make 14 goals after eight games,” said Mourinho on Chelsea’s official website.
“It surprised me because this is not normal – you can not repeat it on a regular basis,” he continued.
Since returning handle Chelsea last season for the second period, Mourinho admitted that he had to mix a team that needs an attacker with a certain style. It was apparently not able to be met by Fernando Torres, Demba Ba, and Samuel Eto’o season, until the end of this summer came Costa and French striker Loic Remy, who scored Chelsea’s fourth in his debut opponent Swansea.
“He (Costa) comfortable in the team. Semura I think now people know Chelsea have acted appropriately with waiting for him. If he can continue to make a number of goals, it will give us a number of points, and the points help the team to be at the top of the standings,” beber Mourinho.