Tammy Abraham scored a brace as Chelsea picked up their first league win of the season with a 3-2 victory over newly promoted Norwich.
Abraham scored the opener (3′) and match-winner (68′) against The Canaries in a dramatic match that produced four goals in the first 45 minutes of the game.
The striker had come under scrutiny and was subject to racist abuse after his missed penalty in the UEFA Super Cup against Liverpool in Turkey.
Tammy Abraham’s game by numbers vs. Norwich:
2 shots on target
Finding that clinical touch. pic.twitter.com/Gadn75HJza
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Meanwhile, the victory is also Frank Lampard’s first as a Manager in the Premier League.