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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham scored the winner as Chelsea beat Arsenal 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Abraham’s goal against Arsenal is his 12th Premier League goal of the season and his first against a big six club.
The 22 year old striker sent a message to Chelsea fans after the victory over Arsenal.
Abraham tweeted: “Travelling fans were amazing once again. Get back safely.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has admitted the Blues were poor in the first half and admitted he could have made a change inside 10 minutes.
“I could’ve made the changes,” Lampard said. “To say I was decisive, I could have done it after 10 minutes.
“That’s not just Emerson, that’s probably any of the players to change it slightly because it’s hard to convey a message with your voice on the sidelines in this sort of atmosphere.
“Sometimes it has to be a gesture; we changed and it got better. It wasn’t so much the three [at the back] but Mikel Arteta isn’t silly, he saw us play it at Tottenham, found a way to pin our five back.
“They had us marking one at the back, they had numbers in midfield, they won all the second balls and that had to change.
“I don’t think we got it wrong because when you go and play as we did at Tottenham last week, you probably would have questioned my sanity had we played four and it gone that way in the first half an hour.
“For me, the main thing in the first half an hour was not tactics, it was the spirit and the fight of the team. They were quicker, we were lethargic. They were brave, we were nervous. That was the main thing.”