To score four goals in a game of football is an incredible feat, but do it in a game where you don’t even come out with all three points is just unlucky. That’s exactly what happened to Tammy Abraham last night, as the on-loan Chelsea man grabbed a first-half hat-trick before adding a 4th with 20 minutes to go during a 5-5 draw against Nottingham Forest.
Mixed emotions about the result today but pleased to have scored goals go again Saturday!
— Tammy Abraham (@tammyabraham) 28 November 2018
Abraham’s individual performance was an absolute joy to behold. His ability to find the net with every part of his body and turn half-chances into goals was something that the fans could only admire, however, the defending at the other end really let them down as they slipped up against Aitor Karanka’s side, shipping five goals at home for the first time since Liverpool clubbed them 6-0 at Villa Park back in February 2016.
At least this time out The Villains had Tammy Abraham on hand to provide them with an instant reply everytime Forest scored. The on-loan Chelsea man took his tally from six goals in 12 games to ten in 13 last night and it’s a record he’ll be desperate to add to as he now sits joined 3rd on the Championship’s goalscoring table, with Neil Maupay and Lewis Grabban having bagged more than the youngster.
You can read The Villains’ thoughts on Abraham’s superb display here:
— Jay (@avfc_jay) November 28, 2018
Brilliant Tammy. Your going to go on to do great things, be great if it was with Villa.
— VILLA MAD (@VillaMad3) November 29, 2018
— Fortress Villa Park (@FortressPark) 28 November 2018
You played amazing tonight. What a game! Amazing!
— Shannnn (@Shannn_ox) 28 November 2018
Superb Tammy sign for us permanently UTV
— Carl andrews (@Carlboxer) November 28, 2018
i can't believe even your testicles score goals, well played sir, well played
— rob mahony (@rob_mahony) November 28, 2018
You are an absolute beast!!! We are lucky to have you leading the line. Absolute baller! Onwards and upwards #UTV
— Johno (@AvfcJohnson) November 28, 2018
So proud of you boys .. okay the goals conceded is something to defo sort but you guys are playing with a passion that has been missing from Villa Park for a while.. Tammy take a bow .. I hope you stay around for a very long time UTV xx
— Kellyjo Daly (@Kellyjo3777) 28 November 2018
The Villains will be keen to see more goalscoring magic from Abraham and will hope last night wasn’t his last quadruple in a Villa shirt.
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