Wolves 2-5 Chelsea: Tammy Abraham scores hat-trick in win at Molineux

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Tammy Abraham scored a – and a personal goal – as Chelsea destroyed Wolves.
The England forward scored two in the space of seven first-half moments after Fikayo Tomori – another 21-year-old – had started the scoring with a gorgeous finish.
Following referee Graham Scott had played with an edge after Conor Coady on Mason Mount abraham, who spent last season with Aston Villa in the Championship, dropped the lead with a shot on the turn.
Wolves, who stay with no top-flight win this year, fell further behind if Abraham headed house, prior to the Chelsea striker made it 4-0 with a great finish after beating Coady – a seventh league goal of the season that took him into the top of the scoring charts.
In an game, Abraham scored an own goal as his hand that was right struck on until Patrick Cutrone added a Wolves target from close selection.
20, mason Mount, added the fifth goal of Chelsea with the last kick of the game.
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