- Abraham and Jorginho were involved in an on-the-pitch row during their tie against Crystal Palace
- Abraham was seen dragging a penalty kick with his team-mate who scored one moments earlier
- Frank Lampard say the situation is settled but cautioned Abraham
Tammy Abraham was in the middle of controversy after the Chelsea forward made an attempt to take a penalty kick during their 4-0 rout of Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon, October 3.
There was confusion moments before the Blues’ scored their fourth goal as the hosts were handed a second penalty after Mamadou Sakho tripped Kai Havertz in the box.
Abraham was seen dragging the ball with Jorginho who had scored a penalty kick four minutes earlier for their third of the afternoon.
Recall that Abraham won a penalty for Chelsea after Tyrick Mitchell had fouled him and then Jorginho dispatched the ball into the net.
It was a very good second half for the Blues after they failed to hit the back of the net in the entire first half.
Debutant Ben Chilwell opened the scoring just five minutes after the restart before Kurt Zuma headed home the second for Chelsea in the 66th minute.
Abraham was fouled in the box in the 78th minute and after VAR consultation, referee awarded a penalty and then Jorginho slotted home.
And four minutes later, there was another penalty and drama ensued as Abraham attempted to take it, but was shoved off by Jorginho who made it 4-0.
Abraham was visibly not happy, but that does not stop Jorginho from scoring 10 of his 11 penalties for Chelsea in all competitions, missing only versus Liverpool in September, and four minute
"It's been dealt with,” Frank Lampard said after the game as GOAL quoted BT Sport. “No problems. Just dealt with. I want leaders - and a little bit of conflict. "It's good that Tammy was enthusiastic but you don't jump ahead of the list."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Jadon Sancho is not part of the Dortmund squad that will face Freiburg on Saturday afternoon, October 3 in the German Bundesliga, with the transfer window having just about 48 hours left.
The England international has been heavily linked with a move to the Old Trafford and with speculations that he could still leave the German club this summer, he is out of the squad facing Freiburg.
He is also interested in a move to England but was part of his club’s training last Friday, however reports say he is ill, amid rumours he is heading to the EPL.
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