Chelsea's Diego Costa celebrates after scoring his sides second goal of the game during their English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge stadium in London Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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Chelsea striker Diego Costa may be prolific at club level, but Spain's coach Vicente del Bosque feels it is time he proves himself on the international stage as he leads the champions' attack during EURO 2016 qualifying.Having convinced Costa to turn his back on Brazil, Del Bosque has so far shown plenty of belief in the forward and gave him a chance to shine at this year's World Cup, but he and Spain failed badly.The team were unable to retain the trophy they won four years earlier, exiting at the group stage, and Costa was unable to score. Del Bosque does not believe Costa's failure to score is due to incompatibility with Spain's style of play, even though he likes to latch on to long balls from midfield, while La Roja play a shorter passing game.
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