TAMMY ABRAHAM said his quickfire double against West Ham was ‘much more like it’.
The Chelsea striker scored two close range efforts in two second-half minutes to seal a 3-0 win for Frank Lampard’s men.
Tammy Abraham’s quickfire double sealed all three points for Chelsea vs West Ham[/caption]
The striker scored on 78 and 80 minutes in the 3-0 win[/caption]
Abraham, 23, had drawn a blank in his previous four Premier League appearances but he is glad to be back on the horse for the West Londoners.
Speaking after the game, he said: “Much more like it. We needed a performance and that’s what we did.
“My job is to help the team score goals and getting in the right areas. That’s what I did for my team.
“As a striker scoring goals gives you confidence. I give credit to my teammates.
“I need to help the team with either goals or assists, or just being a threat. It’s about keep getting goals, keep being in the right place.
“I have to get in the box in the right areas and be ready and that’s what I was today.”
Chelsea withstood long periods of West Ham pressure with the score still 1-0.
But Abraham’s tap-ins on 78 and 80 minutes saw Chelsea secure their first win in four games which moved them fifth in the Premier League.
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And the England international said: “They’re a great side, give credit to them. We had to stay patient and the goals came after that.
“We knew we were a good side and we brought it back today so let us kick on.
“Its all about the three points. We have some bad days but as long as we win that’s what makes top sides.
“It’s still early doors to be looking at the table, we have to just keep picking up three points.”
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