Swansea captain Jack Cork explains why it’s not a good idea to kick Diego Costa

13 Sep



“He can hold it up, run with the ball, go in behind, or play clever little balls around you”


Jack Cork

“He seems to enjoy that because he is that type of aggressive player, which makes it tough because you have still got to challenge him and make your tackles.

“He has got everything. He can hold it up, run with the ball, go in behind, or play clever little balls around you. If you get him in the mood he’s hard to deal with.”

Costa was fouled seven times against Swansea, the most suffered by any player in a Premier League match so far this season.

But his response was to fight fire with fire and the character he and his Chelsea team-mates showed after going behind left Swans boss Francesco Guidolin tipping fellow Italian Antonio Conte to win the title this seaosn.

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