Tammy Abraham Admits He Stands Still To Watch Chelsea Winger

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Tammy Abraham is in fine form for Chelsea this season and is top of the league’s scorers chart along with Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero.

Despite Abraham’s fine form, he has now revealed that he is in awe of Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi who was the man of the match against Newcastle.

Hudson-Odoi was Chelsea’s best player against the Magpies, and he assisted Marcos Alonso to score the winner late in the game.

Hudson-Odoi who only returned to playing less than a month ago after being out of action for five months due to an Achilles injury, has quickly won his way into Chelsea’s starting line-up.

The 18-year-old has now provided more assists in the Premier League than any other Chelsea player this season despite not starting the season and playing just three games in the league, and Abraham has admitted that he’s in awe of the young winger.

The Chelsea striker said: “When I play with Callum, I just enjoy watching him.

“I just stand still sometimes. It’s nice to have him back. He’s still getting that match fitness back and he’s looking sharp. Give him a couple of games to settle in and he’ll be flying again.

“I don’t think it has hit us all really. It’s dream for us. We have all dreamed as kids about playing for the Chelsea first team, and we are making it happen.

“Not only that, we are also getting results. It is a bit like playing with your mates.”

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VICTOR N
Chelsea is more than just a football club to me; it's a passion I share, and my affinity with the Chelsea badge is one that will last forever. As far as watching my favourite team is concerned, I'd rather miss a meal than miss a Chelsea game.

1 Comment on "Tammy Abraham Admits He Stands Still To Watch Chelsea Winger"

  1. Common Boys that’s the spirit. Work with your Boss Lampard, he has finally convinced me. He is no longer a rookie but a complete professional coach who knows what he is doing.

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