Many football fans don’t like the way Atletico Madrid star Diego Costa behaves on the pitch, he was branded ” dirtiest player of his generation” by Premier League fans during his Chelsea spell.  now It’s time for Diego Costa to spend some time off the pitch. Playing for more than one national team, Kicks, fights, aggression, and bad temper is well known about Costa. But what else do you need to know about him? Here are the top 6 crazy facts you didn’t know about Diego Costa.

6. The reason behind his nickname ‘The Governor’

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The nickname “The Governor” came from his belief of being stronger than everyone else on the pitch. This came due to his ability to leave an unforgettable mark on a list of players he fights on the field.

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5. Childhood unpredictable temper, aggression, and revenge

With Costa onboard, football looks like an action movie where he is at the same time actor, director, and producer. At 9 years of age, Costa was put in the 11 to 12-year-old team by his childhood coach Flavio Machado. In one match a defender deliberately crashed into him. He cut Costa’s his lip and seriously injured his leg. This made Costa refuse being substituted.

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his brother, Jair Costa said: “Costa was bleeding but insisted on staying for revenge … his anger made him bulldozed his way through the opponent who injured him. Teaching the boy a lesson that he wasn’t someone to mess with.” Jair said. “Diego was a fantastic hard-working player but I had to keep a close eye on him because his temper was so unpredictable.”

4. The Governor vs Beast: The only man who can beat Costa to a fight

Costa kicked Liverpool legend, Steven Gerard once. One man threatened him if he ever goes after Liverpool Captain again. His name is Adebayo Akinfenwa, bigger and stronger than a mixture of Cristiano, Pogba, Lukaku, and Shaqiri. The Nigerian fearful force is currently the strongest footballer in the world, with an unbeaten crown in FIFA. Forget about the Governor, Akinfenwa is the only man with “The Beast” as a name.

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