LOAN REPORT: TAMMY ABRAHAM PROVING TO BE THE NEXT DIDIER DROGBA, MARCO VAN GINKEL HIT TARGET, PLUS MORE

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After another weekend of football, Chelsea youngsters on loan also played their part for their respective clubs, and some of them were in good form.

In the Dutch League, Marco van Ginkel was in good form for PSV, as he opened the scoring for his team 34 minutes into the game, against Excelsior, a match they won 2-0.

Lewis Baker was in good form, as he scored the opener in Vitesse’s 3-1 win over Twente for his 11th goal of the season, but was harshly sent off late on. Matt Miazga also played the final five minutes for Vitesse.

In the Premier League, Loic Remy was a 70th-minute substitute in Crystal Palace’s 3-0 defeat at West Ham United.

In the Championship, Tammy Abraham scored for Bristol City against Championship relegation rivals Cardiff City, and looked to have given Bristol the lead after scoring for the fourth league game in succession to take his league tally to 15 from just 26 shots on target. But it wasn’t to be, as the Robins eventually lost the game. Despite Bristol City’s position, Abraham has been really influential, and they could have been further down the table without the Chelsea striker.

After being out for six weeks due to injury, Thomas Kalas and and Lucas Piazon helped Fulham to a 2-0 win over Barnsley.

Izzy Brown, who’s now at Huddersfield, played an hour of 2-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday.

Having recently completed their loan move to Swindon Town, Charlie Colkett, Fankaty Dabo and Islam Feruz all made their full debuts for Swindon Town as the Wiltshire club recorded their first win in eight league and cup games with an impressive victory at the home of League One promotion hopefuls Bolton.

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