Poet of the week: Tammy Abraham

Tammy Abraham is the protagonist of “The Poet of the week”After the twenty-third day. The forward of the Roma scored twice in the match againstEmpoli won 4-2 by the Giallorossi. The English striker has arrived at 17 goals of the season (10 in Serie A, 6 in Conference Leaugue and 1 in Coppa Italia) in 30 races.

The former Chelsea he had arrived in Rome with a bit of skepticism: his fluctuating performance in Premier League and the heavy legacy of Edin Dzeko they could weigh on its performance. And instead Tammy immediately took Roma, and did it to the sound of goals. In the capital he is finding that continuity in scoring that he had always lacked until now. On the other hand, it is known that those arriving from the Premier in Italy are unlikely to make mistakes, demonstrating that the English championship is truly of another level.

Mourinho he strongly wanted it and for now he is paying it back in full. For the Special One Abraham is irreplaceable, in fact he has always lined up him when he was available (he has only had to miss two races so far, both due to disqualification).

In addition to the goals, Abraham also scored 4 assists this season, proving to be fundamental in Roma’s game. In short, the Englishman is not making Edin Dzeko regret and if we compare the first 30 games in the Giallorossi of both, Tammy did even better than the Bosnian. The Swan of Sarajevo he scored 8 goals and provided 3 assists, while Abraham has 30 goals and 17 assists after 4 matches. The hope we can make to the English class of ’97 is to follow in Dzeko’s footsteps with the Roma shirt (best foreign scorer in the history of the club) and for now we can say that he is doing it very well.

By Federico Poet

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