“He’s exactly the same fella, the same guy as when he first came into the club,” Cahill said “He’s just channelling his aggression in the right way, and not getting as frustrated as he usually would.
I can see, because I know him, when gets frustrated like he was in the first half.
I have my parents and my faith in God to thank, because that’s where my strength comes from.” Drogba never stops working on his game, whether it is his supposedly weaker left foot, his ability to strike free kicks, or his scoring ratio.
The goals may continue to flow in North America but Drogba is becoming increasingly noted for the char- ity work of his foundation.
He has also long been a symbol of strength and hope in his politically troubled homeland.
It is a credit to Costa himself as well as to Antonio Conte, who has transformed him since taking over as manager in July.
Cahill said that Costa is now using his natural aggression the right way.