Diego Costa scores spectacular volleys in training video

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Diego Costa has scored 19 Premier League goals in just 23 starts this season. That is impressive and would surely have seen him win the golden boot if injury had not got in his way.

The Brazilian-born Spain international has struggled with a problematic hamstring since arriving from Atletico Madrid in a £32m deal.

That troublesome muscle/tendon has seen him miss over a month of Chelsea's title run in. His last appearance came in an 11 minute cameo against Stoke City on April 4.

He may have missed the title celebrations against Crystal Palace, but he looks ready to return for a victory tour as this latest video proves.

Whilst promoting something about there being haters in places, Costa attempted to volley footballs travelling at varying speeds into an empty net.

Sounds easy?

It may well be, but we have written about it anyway.

Here is the video

Next season is a good one

Costa will certainly benefit from there being no major tournament this summer. His return to fitness means he can go into the off season in full health and ready to return for pre-season.

That will certainly help his chances of being fit for an entire campaign. If he can play 35 games, it will not only aid Chelsea's title chances, but also increase his chances of winning a golden boot.


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