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Stoke And Chelsea's Official Twitter Accounts Saw Today's Game Very Differently

Stoke And Chelsea's Official Twitter Accounts Saw Today's Game Very Differently
By Mikey Traynor Updated

It's all about perspective.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa isn't the most popular man in football right now, as the Brazilian born Spanish striker seems to find himself embroiled in some sort of controversy nearly every time he takes the pitch.

He won't be changing anytime soon, and this evening against Stoke he went down under a challenge from Ryan Shawcross that some feel he was trying to make the most of, while others felt it was a rash challenge. This point was wonderfully hammered home by the two clubs' official twitter accounts, who both tweeted two opposite opinions within seconds of each other:

That is football right there.

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The first-half ended 0-0, thanks to some great saves from Jack Butland and (worryingly) Asmir Begovic, but comparing the two differing accounts has proven to be quite amusing, with Diego Costa's antics undoubtedly the highlight:

For example; A tussle? Or a kick in the face?

A wild shot from a tight angle? Or a good move?

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A stabbed shot goes wide... SO CLOSE!

Charlie Adam clatters Pedro.. No comment.

Adam again getting physical:

The goal goes in...


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