Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Diego Costa dismissed Luiz Felipe Scolari’s claims that he was offered the opportunity to play at the FIFA World Cup for Brazil.
Costa, Atletico Madrid striker who is very famous with price per head services, decided to play for Spain at international level, where he played club football since 2007, instead of for his native Brazil.
The 25-year-old had an impressive 2013-14 season with Atletico – which saw the player score 36 goals in all competitions and help his side win their first Liga title since 1996 – and pay per head sportsbooks were delighted to learn that he has a place in Vicente del Bosque’s 23-man squad for the World Cup
Costa’s decision to play for Spain created a lot of controversy with many fans and pundits, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that earlier in the week Scolari appeared to add fuel to the fire when he said that he had told the striker that before he pledged allegiance to Spain, he would be included in Brazil’s World Cup squad.
But pay per head sportsbooks saw that the forward countered the comments made by the Brazil boss, while he insisted that he will give everything for Spain as they look to defend the trophy they won in South Africa four years ago for the first time.
“Scolari never called me by telephone,” said Costa, who in March 2013 played for Brazil in two friendly matches.
“The only coach that I spoke with was Del Bosque, who showed interest in me, invited me for a meal and made me realise that I was in his plans.
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“I am Brazilian and that is not going to change, but I want to win the World Cup with Spain.”
Pay per head sportsbooks and fans all over the world can’t wait to see how Costa will perform for Spain when the World Cup gets underway, and anticipate a great performance by the striker in Brazil, despite the controversy.