CHELSEA legend Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has referred to as on Tammy Abraham to ‘step up’ after lacking probabilities in Sunday’s stalemate towards rivals Tottenham.
Tammy Abraham missed some golden probabilities towards Spurs on Sunday, lacking the chance to fireplace Chelsea to the highest of the Premier LeagueCredit score: Getty Photographs
The 48-year-old acknowledged how younger Abraham is, however he additionally acknowledged that the striker should ‘do higher’ in his ‘second season’ with the first-team.
Talking on Sky Sports activities after the sport, Hasselbaink mentioned: “He had three probabilities. Three alternatives to make that his personal.
“He has to enhance in these moments. He did ever so nicely when he got here in final season, for half of the season he was a breath of contemporary air.
“Second-half he had it troublesome however that is regular as a result of he is a younger boy.
“However second season he has to step up and at occasions he can do higher.
“Along with his stature, along with his capacity, he can do higher and rating extra essential objectives.
“Generally I’m wondering does he watch clips of himself after the sport as a result of sure occasions his motion could be higher, his holding off could be higher.
“He must carry on enhancing.”
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink believes Tammy Abraham must do higher in his second full season with the Chelsea first-team
Abraham has made 15 appearances this season and solely scored three, and he is now in competitors with German worldwide Timo Werner for the beginning spot.
Chelsea tackle Sevilla within the Champions League on Wednesday and Abraham might get his shot at redemption.
The Blues have already certified for the knockout levels of the competitors, however securing prime spot might give them a extra beneficial spherical of 16 draw.
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