Chelsea had a performance to remember against Manchester United as Frank Lampard got his revenge where it mattered most. Lampard had suffered three defeats in a row against Ole Gunner Solksjear before he finally came good yesterday, dumping United out of the FA cup and setting up a fixture with Arsenal in the final.
Despite such spirited performance, Tammy Abraham still managed to get in the bad books as a fan requested him to be loaned out to MK dons. Check this out.
Honestly Tammy Abraham has dropped to some unimaginable low this season as he's had this annoying approach to recent games despite his impressive start to the season.
With the addition of Timo Werner, his playing opportunities would most likely reduce to the barest next season and a loan move may be considered as he would drop to third choice behind the German and Olivier Giroud.
Do you think a loan move would be better for Abraham or he stays as third choice next season? Drop your comments below and don't forget to follow for more juicy stories.
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