Diego Costa's goals for Chelsea recreated on FIFA 15

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Chelsea striker Diego Costa has enjoyed a fantastic start to life in the Premier League, scoring a hatful of important goals already in west London. And, one fan in particular has paid homage via FIFA 15.

The Blues hitman - who notched for Spain in a Euro 2016 qualifier on Sunday night - has hit the back of the net nine times in the English top flight since arriving from Atletico Madrid.

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Costa has a hat-trick to his name against Swansea City, as well as a brace in the win at Everton. He also scored a header against Aston Villa, a lob against Arsenal, on debut against Burnley and in the win over Leicester City.

And, all of those goals can be seen with the help of FIFA 15, the latest instalment of the record-breaking football computer game franchise.

Incredible effort

With incredible effort, YouTube channel 'Fifizlo' has created a video titled 'The Definition of Clinical' - and that is exactly what Diego Costa has been so far this season.

If anybody is deserving of such stunning work, then it's probably him - although one can only wonder how much time the person who created this video spent doing it, or how he managed it.

Chelsea fans will not be complaining though, and if you're going to watch one video during the international break, this would be the one.

It'll be enough to put a smile on the face of Jose Mourinho and all the staff at Stamford Bridge, and you can watch the video below or HERE

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