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Since the appointment of Frank Lampard as Chelsea manager, one thing Lampard has maintained on is that he would give opportunities to everyone to impress, either youngster or older players.
According to reports, Chelsea youngsters Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount are staying behind to put in extra work in training so as to impress their manager.
Abraham has scored four goals in the last two games, while Mount has been in blistering form since the start of the season. Mount was in stunning form during pre-season and has carried the same form into the new campaign.
According to The Athletic, it has become routine for Abraham and team-mate Mason Mount to stay behind after training to work on their shooting.
Their extra practices are beginning to reap rewards on the pitch, and Lampard has hailed the duo for their willingness to work harder.
“I’m delighted with Tammy, delighted with his attitude,” Lampard said.
“He has a really great attitude in training and desire to score. His all-round game as well.
“We’ve been working really closely with Tammy on little bits of his game that can be even better.
“He is really receptive to that and I thought the performance was class, he was really unlucky not to have three.”
Mount has been impressive as well, and it has earned him a call-up to the England national team.