England's Tammy Abraham
Tammy Abraham helped England to a 2-1 victory over Slovakia in the under-21 European Championships last night.
With 45 minutes to go the Three Lions were staring elimination in the face, 1-0 down, having drawn 0-0 with Sweden in their opening match.
Goals from Alfie Mawson and Nathan Redmond gave England the win, but Abraham played a key role, leading the line up front on his own.
Bristol City's Tammy Abraham
There is a lot of expectation on the Chelsea striker, who scored 26 goals in all competitions on loan at Bristol City last season.
Strikers are judged on goals and Abraham will be disappointed not to score in his opening two games, although service into him was poor against Slovakia.
England's Tammy Abraham and Jack Stephens during training
Newcastle are embarking on their first season back in the top flight after shock relegation in 2016, and understandably their hopes are high.
Supporters were a little underwhelmed with Abraham's display against Slovakia, but Chelsea fans were a lot more positive.
Here is a look at two very different set of reactions...
Tammy Abraham: Shola 2.0— Lee (@lee_wilson1) June 19, 2017
Think I'd rather build up Adam Armstrong than Tammy Abraham. One of our own and all that.— Lee Robson (@LeeRobson23) June 19, 2017
Both of them however?
Not a fan of Tammy Abraham prefer to look elsewhere tbh!! #NUFC— Matty Cole (@ColeMatty) June 19, 2017
Again Tammy Abraham flatters to deceive... Just not seeing it me like.— Brian (@normski1930z) June 19, 2017
@tammyabraham performance in this game has been top quality. Bout time he gets a chance at Chelsea!!— Jack Horton (@jack94horton) June 19, 2017
@tammyabraham didn't get the goal you deserved but performances like that don't go unnoticed— Nathan (@Franiee_) June 19, 2017
I wish Tammy Abraham would lead the line for Chelsea— Daniel Jones MBE (@DJ_DanJones) June 19, 2017