Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho revealed himself and Diego Costa don't have any issues after their burst-up last night.
The Blues boss and Spain international had a public burst-up in their 4-0 win over Israeli side Maccabi Tel Aviv, but after the clash Mourinho said: “I wanted him to make a certain movement that he didn’t. I was disappointed that he didn’t and I reacted.
“He did too. At half-time in the dressing room, a few kisses and a few cuddles. No problem.”
Captain John Terry, who was stretched off the pitch during the match, is now set to miss Sunday’s trip to White Hart Lane where they face Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs. And Mourinho reckons the bad pitch was the cause.
He explained: “The pitch was really bad. For John to leave the pitch with the score at 1-0, I know already that he’s in trouble.
"My medical department is really good. John is a special guy with a special desire to recover.
"But to leave the pitch with the result 1-0, I don’t believe too much that he can play (against Spurs)."