England international and former Chelsea forward, Tammy Abraham was in action on Thursday night for AS Roma in their 5th league game of the Italian Serie A against Udinese at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
The England youngster was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game and he was able to shine.
Tammy Abraham in the game scored the only goal for his side which separated the two sides at full time thereby sealing the whole three points for the Jose Mourinho's side.
Tammy Abraham in the game scored the opening goal for the host in the 36th minute to make it one nil which was the only goal that separated the two sides going into the half time break.
In the second half of the game, the tempo got tensed up as they both put up some physical, tactical and technical displays but none was able to found the back of the net with all efforts to do so proving abortive as it ended one nil at full time.
The win for Roma has now taken them to the 4th spot on the Italian Serie A table with 12 points in 5 games played and as such be hoping to keep the winning streaks going in their next fixture, so as to continue their pursuit in the competition.
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