Former Chelsea football club of England star Tammy Abraham was the hero for AS Roma football club on Thursday night, as he scored a goal to guide them to a remarkable 1-0 victory over Udinese Calcio FC in the week 5 of Italian serie A.
The England international was given another starting role by coach Jose Mourinho, and he was able to impress for the host.
Tammy Abraham started in the home team's attack alongside former Manchester United football club star Henrikh Mkhitaryan and the duo were exceptional in the game.
Tammy Abraham opened scoring for the home team in the 36th minutes after receiving an assist from Italy star Riccardo Calafiori to end the first half 1-0.
Both teams efforts to score more goals in the second half of the game were not successful, as the match ended 1-0.
Tammy Abraham was exceptional for the home team throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a fine goal.
The victory over Udinese Calcio football club has now taken AS Roma football club to the 4th spot of the Italian serie A League table with 12 points from 5 matches played.
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