Diego Costa’s spanish teammate has disclosed an important update on his injury. Diego Costa pulled up his hamstring during his international friendly against France and was not chosen to represent the team for the next international.
David Silva has made it clear that Chelsea striker’s injury is not at all serious, and he will back to pitch in time.
He also added that the Spanish team is trying to connect well with Costa as he is trying to adapt to the Spanish style of play.
“I saw Costa was doing well, and I talked to him. The injury is nothing serious. Now we think of Macedonia,” Silva told a Press conference, according to Marca.
“We are trying to connect with Costa. We’re on it.”
“Over the last few years we’ve been known for having the ball and creating chances. We have to be patient as there are new people here.
“Now we don’t really create much. We’re working to improve that aspect.
This is really a good news for Stamford Bridge side who are hoping that their chief goal machine gets back well in time.