There were some negatives from Aston Villa’s Championship clash with Swansea City last weekend, but equally, there were a number of positives for the sell out crowd to enjoy at Villa Park and one of those was on loan Chelsea starlet Tammy Abraham.
????points!!! Happy with another ⚽️ boys put in a performance today! Thank for you for amazing support from both fans today ❤️#UTV
— Tammy Abraham (@tammyabraham) October 20, 2018
The 21-year-old secured all three points on the day with his effort in the eighth minute of the game and with us keeping a clean sheet, it was enough to decide the win. The goal was, of course, Abraham’s fourth in seven appearances and he’s more than hit the ground running following his arrival late on in the August transfer window and given his performances previously in the second tier, plenty of fans are backing him for double figures before the turn of the New Year.
Taking his performance against former club Swansea in isolation though, the boy can’t do anything wrong at this moment in time and heading for social media following the win just proved to be another plus point in his column.
Absolutely loved your passion today ❤
— Jonathan Keen (@Keeno98) October 20, 2018
Extra finishing practice ahead of Norwich? ???? well played Tammy!
— Tom???? (@wict01) October 20, 2018
Man of match for me love ur passion getting the fans going ! Love ya Tammy ❤️
— Karen (@karenworledge) October 20, 2018
Great performance and great goal. Onto Norwich next #UTV
— GIGBUDDY23 (@GIGBUDDY23) October 20, 2018
Worked your socks off. Could have had a hat-trick. Keep it up against Norwich and QPR.
— G A (@GAAVFC) October 20, 2018
Well done Tammy up the villa
— villian (@lovatt55) October 20, 2018
brilliant today tammy, keep it up son #utv
— Matthew Rose (@M91_rose) October 20, 2018
Tammy mate you could of had 4 today quality performance
— Camo (@adamcavfc1987) October 20, 2018
Made me laugh your reaction at the end. Proper passionate. Was expecting a lap of honour with you nearly punching the floor! UTV! ????
— Karl Ayres (@Karlayres88) October 20, 2018
Long may it continue and with his form as it is, it should help others rise to the challenge if they want to get in the squad ahead of him under our new man and that’s simply win, win for everyone.