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(Pictures) Chelsea’s Hard Man Is Actually Bullied By Defenders, Jose Mourinho Highlights The Case

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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes the double standard approach towards his star striker Diego Costa needs to stop and has urged television companies to highlight the ill treatment that he receives instead. The former Atletico Madrid man scored once and made another, an Alan Hutton own goal, in the win over Aston Villa as he made his return from a three-match ban given to him by the FA for a clash with Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny.

The verdict obviously angered the Portuguese boss, who launched another statement recently in the defence of the Spanish international.

He stated, “I’m pleased he didn’t react, but I would be even happier if the people who find his hypothetical or real negative moments were honest the other way and show and show and show.”

“He will be targeted until the moment people point the finger at them and show the images, re-show the images and have the top pundits speaking about it.”

Costa once again got tangled against Villa when he and Ashley Westwood faced off on the he turf, with the later at fault and Mourinho spoke about the incident and added, “Let’s see what happens.”

He also further accepted the Brazilian born attacker has not been blameless and concluded, “When you lose him we’re a bit in trouble because the team always depends on a striker like him, from a character and personality like him.”

“Diego isn’t a leader in the dressing room, he doesn’t even speak English well, but in the game, the way he plays, the way he gives his body to the cause is brilliant.”