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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Diego Costa contemplates cheese platter at half-time of Chelsea game

Antonio Conte learns Diego Costa snuck off for chocolate cake during halftime against Watford, and laments not getting any.
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With the Premier League title wrapped up, Diego Costa went in search of a half-time snack on Monday night.

Costa was named to the Chelsea bench for the win over Watford, but it doesn't appear that he was overly concerned about entering the game in the second half.

The striker was spotted perusing the cheese board in the media room adjacent to the team tunnel at half-time.

Chelsea did waste a 3-1 lead in the second half, but they were able to prevail 4-3 without Costa's help.

Asked about Costa's munchies after the game, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte asked: "Which type of food? It's important, this!"

Jokingly told Costa was looking for chocolate cake, Conte responded: "In this case, I am very angry with him because he should give me a bit of chocolate cake to share because I was suffering during the game! To eat a bit of cake would have been good."

Just go easy, Diego, you've still got the FA Cup final to contest this month.

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