Tomori recalls when he broke Diego Costa's nose in Chelsea training

Diego Costa Fikayo Tomori Chelsea

Diego Costa Fikayo Tomori Chelsea

"Yeah, I remember. I was actually still in school and I didn't actually know I had done it in training", said Tomori, as per The Mirror.

'I didn't know I had done it until the next day when it was all over the papers.

'He didn't kick me in training after that. "I was getting a lot of messages like I meant to do it, but it was an accident".

"There was a bit of stick, it was light-hearted, a lot of banter". I got back to school and people were asking about it. My mates had all seen it'.

Abramovich, Emenalo is sure, will be delighting in Frank Lampard's youth revolution with Chelsea sitting fifth in the Premier League and the team full of academy graduates playing the domineering style of football the Russian billionaire favours.

"There was a time when there was a clamour to do more and a manager came in to make a presentation to say the academy was not necessary".

Lampard allowed David Luiz to leave Chelsea for Arsenal safe in the knowledge he had Tomori coming through and now rates the youngster as one of his top two defenders.

Nigeria-born Chelsea Defender Fikayo Tomori has opened up about his decision to pledge his worldwide future to England ahead of Nigeria and Canada.

'It wasn't England all the way.

The 21-year-old was still in school when he clashed heads with the Spain global, risking the wrath of the notoriously temperamental forward. I spoke to my family and people that I care about it and that's the decision I came to.

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