Tammy Abraham has charged Chelsea to be angry against Liverpool when the sides clash at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League on Sunday.
The two teams met earlier in the Uefa Super Cup and Liverpool won 5-4 on penalties after Abraham’s missed Chelsea’s final penalty, a gaffe he was widely criticised for.
‘‘We’ve got another massive game on Sunday. So we have to take our anger out against Liverpool,” Abraham told the Metro.
The 21-year old has hailed manager Frank Lampard and the Chelsea players for bouncing back from the disappointment, and he has now scored seven goals in his last seven games.
“I have to give it to the manager, the players as well,” Abraham added.
“I had a little situation against Liverpool where I missed the penalty myself and from there they’ve just supported me and believed in me.
“Playing with such great players who create great chances, it’s just about me being in the right place at the right time.”
Abraham’s brilliant performance is set to land him and his Anglo-Nigerian teammate Fikayo Tomori long term contracts at the London side.