Cheap FIFA Coins lurking with intent on the shoulder of the last defender and regularly capitalising on Everton’s errors.

There has been plenty of debate about some of the sums being spent by English clubs in the current window, but Costa is already looking value for money after scoring with his third shot on target this season. The Brazilian-born Spanish international was a constant menace, lurking with intent on the shoulder of the last defender and regularly capitalising on Everton’s errors.

More suspect defending saw last man Leighton Baines push out a fraction too slowly to make it obvious Ivanovic was offside – which he fractionally was – and the Serbian finished with the poise of a striker. Mirallas’ glancing header from Coleman’s cross was the first time Everton had got around the back six Chelsea had employed since going ahead so early.

Costa, put through again by Fabregras, was denied only by the outstretched leg of Howard before Eden Hazard’s cross from the byline was turned in by Coleman. But the game was far from over as a brilliant run by Lukaku took three defenders away with him to allow Aiden McGeady to pick out Naismith in space and make it 3-2.

Matic’s strike then deflected in off Jagielka before Eto’o, who signed a two-year deal in the week,Cheap FIFA Coins, headed in Baines’ free-kick within six minutes of coming off the bench. Ramires’ one-two with Matic provided Chelsea’s crucial fifth and, after Mirallas volleyed against the post, Costa added his second in the 90th minute when substitute Muhamed Besic, making his debut, fluffed a backheel in the centre-circle which presented the Spanish international with a run on goal.
 

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