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According to Garth Crooks, Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham looks like he is prepared to walk over broken glass for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.
Abraham scored a brace as Chelsea beat Norwich 3-2 on Saturday.
Crooks revealed he doubted Abraham’s ability to lead Chelsea’s attack but believes the 21 year old striker can make it at Chelsea.
Crooks wrote in BBC: “I must be honest, I never thought that Tammy Abraham was a Chelsea player. That was because I always saw Chelsea as a top-four team.
“Frank Lampard has seen something in this kid and Abraham looks like he is prepared to walk over broken glass for Lampard. Provided that allegiance remains intact, Abraham has a chance of making it at Chelsea.
“His first goal against the Norwich was brilliantly instinctive, while his second was taken like a player who is growing in confidence. Abraham can now put that penalty miss in the Super Cup well and truly behind him and the trolls can take a running jump.”
Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic believes Abraham will only get better as the season goes on.
“I have a good connection and understanding with Tammy and I think that comes naturally,” said Kovacic. “He’s a great talent and he is still young, so he can improve a lot.
“I like his movement and he wants to make the runs that I want to play the passes for. He is working hard and everyone was so happy to see him score his goals. The whole team is working hard together, we have a great connection and I think we can only improve and get better as time goes on.
“Every game and every goal is important and this will be great for Tammy to become more confident. He’s a fantastic striker, he is learning all the time and he will score more goals this season for sure.”