Frank Lampard’s first game on English soil as Chelsea boss was quite the roller coaster ride but ultimately he ended up on the winning side.
The travelling squad took to Berkshire to face Reading in a thrilling match that had seven goals in total, four of which were scored by Lampard’s troops to seal the win.
Tammy Abraham got some more minutes under his belt but failed to hit the target for the Blues.
Still, after the game, he took to Instagram to celebrate another 45 minutes under his belt and his post triggered a number of replies from his teammates and friends.
Mason Mount and Yannick Bolasie both posted their replies in the comment section, sending their support to the young forward.
Mount called him “bro” and followed it up with some emojis, while the Everton man just posted a couple of emojis, complimenting Abraham for a good performance.