Chelsea’s first game of the post-Fernando Torres era was an eye-popping 6-3 victory over Everton at Goodison Park. Call this as close to a game of FIFA playing out in real life as we’ll probably ever get. Diego Costa capped the scoring with his second goal of the game. Costa, a summer signing by Jose Mourinho, is already up to four goals for first-place Chelsea. (Albeit in a scant three games played.)
When John Obi Mikel is busting out back-heels you know it’s been a long day at the office.
Costa and Everton keeper Tim Howard had a brief exchange in the second half, which earned the American keeper a yellow card.
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