Diego costa oo dhaliyay sadexlay kadib markii ay xasuuqeen kooxda swanse
Swansea took the lead as John Terry turned a low cross into his own net but Costa equalised just before half-time.
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Jose Mourinho praises ‘special’ Diego Costa
Chelsea’s dominance was rewarded when Costa converted a Cesc Fabregas pass.
The Spain striker guided a low Ramires shot past Lukasz Fabianski and Loic Remy scored his first Blues goal before Jonjo Shelvey’s late consolation.
As Chelsea opened up a three-point gap at the top of the table, summer signings Costa and Fabregas offered further evidence of the extra edge they have added to a team that finished third last season.
Costa, who passed a late fitness test on a hamstring injury suffered on international duty with Spain, departed to a standing ovation after scoring his seventh goal in four games for the Blues.
Fabregas now has six assists, a tally only Eden Hazard exceeded in the whole of Chelsea’s 2013-14 campaign.
Did you know?
Last season, Chelsea strikers Samuel Eto’o, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba scored 19 league goals between them. Diego Costa has seven in four matches this term.