'Hunted Nigerians' Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori Hurts Wolves

Super Eagles most wanted recruits, Tammy Abraham and defender Fikayo Tomori shone like men possessed as Chelsea Football Club overshadows Wolverhampton Wanderers by 5-2 inside the Molineux stadium on Saturday.

Abraham whose international allegiance was in the headlines some days ago continued his rich vein of goalscoring form with three goals while young defender with Nigerian heritage, Oluwafikayomi Oluwadamilola "Fikayo" Tomori was also on target in the seven -goal thriller.

The pride of London had the upper hand on the half-hour mark through a wonder goal from Tomori before three consecutive goals from Abraham in the 34th,41st and 55th minutes respectively.

Mason Mount stoppage time addition compounds to the woes of Wolves and wrapped a five-star performance for Chelsea.

Wolverhampton wanderers had their consolations via the Tammy's Abraham's own goal in the 69th minute and Italian striker, Patrick Cutrone goal five minute from time.

By Olamide Oyetunji

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