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Tammy Abraham scored twice – his first goals for the club – as Chelsea beat Norwich 3-2 on Saturday to get our first victory under Frank Lampard.
Before the game against Norwich, Abraham was heavily criticised by fans but Lampard showed faith in the young striker but starting him ahead of Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi.
Abraham rewarded Lampard for the faith shown in him by scoring two brilliant goals.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard admitted after the victory over Norwich that he was pleased with the performance of Abraham against Norwich.
Lampard said: “I’m pleased for the young players and I’m particularly pleased for Tammy because it’s his first goals for us and he’s starting and competing and they were two really good goals.
“We need to win games, we’re Chelsea. Nothing is easy in this league, nothing is a given.
“Our performances haven’t given us what we’ve deserved so far. Today it did but, as I said, it could have been more comfortable.”
Lampard also urged the Blues to be more clinical and stop conceding goals.
Lampard added: “we shouldn’t have given two goals away and we need to be more clinical.
“If we are more clinical then we take the game away from Norwich and don’t have a nervy last five or 10 minutes.”