Abraham tame the wolve, as Chelsea stunt wolves at The moulineux 

Tammy Abraham scored a stunt hattrick as Chelsea beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-2 at Molineux with every one of the guests' objectives originating from Academy graduates. Fikayo Tomori's long-go exertion gave the Blues the lead before Abraham scored his initial three minutes after the fact. Abraham multiplied his count with a header four minutes before half-time. The 21-year-old finished his treble 10 minutes after the restart, moving beyond Conor Coady before scoring past Rui Patricio to move top of the scorers' graphs with seven objectives. Wolves compromised a rebound when Abraham diverted Romain Saiss' header into his very own net and Patrick Cutrone included his first Premier League objective. In any case, Chelsea adjusted off a fine day for their homegrown unexpected when Mason Mount struck in included time. Chelsea ascend to 6th with eight, while Wolves drop to nineteenth, two in front of Watford

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