Chelsea star Tammy Abraham becomes the youngest player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Chelsea.

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Chelsea star Tammy Abraham becomes the youngest player to score a Premier League hat-trick for Chelsea.

Tammy started the match against wolves yesterday, where Fikayo Tomori record the first goal for Chelsea with a sensational goal.

Tammy Abraham aged 21 years, has proven himself has a force to reckon with, he also scored goals in Chelsea’s opening match.

Lampard said Tammy Abraham will force his way to England top star ,if he keeps up the current form.

The three different types of goals he scored were exactly what you want from Tammy: a messy one, a good header and then a fantastic feet and finish goal.

‘He has to sustain it. He has to be hungry which I know he is. He can never rest on his laurels because there is more work to be done.

He has gracefully broken records, thanks to Frank Lampard who has decided to miss the youth with the experienced players to bring out the best in them.

Tammy Abraham’s third goal clearly shows the he is fast, smart and very Intelligent.

Tammy Abraham has become only the third player aged 21 or younger to have scored 2+ goals in three consecutive premier League games, after Cristiano Ronaldo in 2006 and Dele Alli in 2017.

Tammy is [looking the part] and that’s work, having gone out on loan and scoring a lot of goals in the Championship, having a year in the Premier League and now I think he feels the responsibility of the Chelsea shirt as he should. The last three games speak for themselves.

“The only challenge for Tammy now is can he keep doing it? Can he get better and better because the way he’s playing, he’s a huge threat for us up front and there is competition within from [Olivier] Giroud and [Michy] Batshuayi so he needs to keep it at that level and get even better.

 

 

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