Tammy Abraham complimented his teammate Christian Pulisic and revealed their training to understand each other.
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham scored early on against Watford to give his side the lead. Then, the England international found Christian Pulisic with a great pass to double the Blues’ lead.
Finally, the duo’s efforts were enough to see off Watford and secure all three points. Tammy Abraham revealed their efforts to understand each other’s movements in the training ground in a recent interview.
The in-form striker also went on to praise his partner in crime.
“He is a good player to play with,” Tammy Abraham told Chelsea TV.
“We have been working in training on movement for when he crosses it or I cross it. We know where we are going to be in the box and it is just about getting the ball to him.”
21y 38d – Christian Pulisic today became @ChelseaFC's youngest hat-trick scorer in Premier League history, beating Tammy Abraham's record that stood for 42 days. Escalation. pic.twitter.com/UKStkkmkyD
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 26, 2019
“We dominated the vast majority of the game and credit to Ben Foster, he made some great saves in the first half and the second half as well,” Abraham added.
“We go away and we expect the home crowd to support their team and we know there is no room for error, so we have to be on our game.
“Every time we go away we are always hungry. And we want to disappoint their home crowd and that is by us winning.
“It is always nice on our journey back home to be happy. So we want to win and play well as a team.”