Chelsea round-up: Diego Costa's movement isn't the same - Jose Mourinho

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Chelsea faithful, hello and welcome.

As per usual we’ve been busy spending our morning trawling the deepest recesses of the web in order to get you the latest news on your beloved club.

We’ve put that news into an aesthetically-pleasing round-up, equipped with a video if you can’t be bothered to read. Enjoy.

Mourinho on Costa difference

By far one of the most disappointing elements of Chelsea’s season to date has been the form of Diego Costa.

A lethal goalscorer last term, the Spain international has looked a shadow of the man who tore apart defences on a routine basis - Mourinho now believes he knows why.

As tweeted by Chelsea’s official Twitter account after the loss to Leicester City last night, the Special One admitted Costa’s lack of confidence has meant that his movements are just not the same.

Now, should Mourinho drop him? Let us know in the comments box provided.

Mourinho on Hazard's injury

Meanwhile, the Blues boss also opened up on the injury that caused Eden Hazard to hobble off during last night’s defeat.

Mourinho said it must be a serious injury as the player himself had asked to be withdrawn. Not good news, we’re sure.

Savage steps up Terry feud

Moving on to our last batch of the day, Robbie Savage has continued his running feud with John Terry, describing the former England captain’s showing against Leicester as ‘awful’.

Speaking to 5 Live Sport, Savage relayed how he was going to criticise Terry again after the 2-1 defeat - he said the Blues looked a better side after the 35-year-old went off.

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