Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has reacted to his match-winning display against Norwich City on Saturday.
The Nigerian-born England international player showed why he’s highly regarded by Chelsea boss Frank Lampard after he scored two goals to lead the Blues to a priceless 3-2 win at the home of newly promoted Premier League club Norwich City.
The victory over the Canaries was the first win of the season for Chelsea in the Premier League.
In addition, it was also the first win of the season for the Blues in all competitions.
After the game, Tammy Abraham told BBC Sport how he dreamt about scoring goals for his boyhood club.
Tammy Abraham said that he’s living his dreams with his exploits for Chelsea against Norwich City in their league clash at Carrow Road on Saturday.
The 21-year-old scored his brace either side of the halftime interval.
Tammy Abraham had played and not scored in three Chelsea games this season before the Norwich City clash on Saturday afternoon.
Apart from him, Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount was also on the scoresheet for the Blues to make it two goals in two successive league games.
Mason Mount was on target for Chelsea in their penultimate league game, a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester City.