Costa out of Hospital and Drogba injury update

It seems like Diego Costa has been unable to digest his solitary, long awaited goal for Spain. Adding to his already illustriously controversial hamstring problems, he caught a stomach bug. However, BBC reports the problem is over now. On the other hand, Interim head of the strike-force, legend Drogba has hinted that he is not yet fully fit for the Old Trafford game against Louis Van Gaal’s United.

Download our Android app

Costa Comes Back from the Hospital:

Diego Costa seemed very relieved when he finally got on the Scoresheet for La Roja. However, that didn’t go down well with his hamstring and well, his gut. While the Hamstring seemed to have been troubled after being the center of a tug-of-war between club manager Jose Mourinho and National gaffer Vincente Del Bosque. The gut appeared unable and unequiped to deal with the first goal scored for his adopted nation. He had to be hospitalised with the bug in his stomach. However, it has now been confirmed by BBC that he is out of the hospital and it is only the Hamstring that will keep him from Jose Mourinho’s squad to take to the pitch against Van Gaal.

Drogba May not be fully fit:

His not so convincing Deputy would be none other than club legend Didier Drogba, who recently re-opened his goal scoring account for the Blues’ in the Champions League after that fateful night in Munich. Hazard revealed that Drogba had asked him for the penalty that he converted for his first goal of the second coming. Nonetheless, Drogba played for most of the game and it was frankly his body that somewhat let him down. The drive, the desire could always be seen in the Ivorian. His ankle seems to have another ideas though. Drogba recently had a conversation about it and revealed that it is not completely comfortable.

However, he also hinted in the very same interview that he looks forward to visiting and playing at Old Trafford. Drogba took his very own dig at the beleaguered, mega-legendary club:

“Maybe now it is United who need to learn to catch up with us — the other way round from when I first came to the club. But that’s why I say this club is very special, because in our first season together, we had to win. I don’t know if it’s like that at other clubs, but we had to win.

“We had big expectations from the start. You have to win at this club.”

Let us hope that Drogba can get back to his best and revive memories of the 2007 FA Cup final. Meanwhile, a certain Frenchman, Loic Remy also harbours hopes of a return to fitness just before the game. Mourinho perhaps has a card or two up his sleeve, methinks.

Download our Android app

Like Us on Facebook: Game Has Just Begun


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *