Tammy Abraham’s reaction, Bayern fans’ protest and a nasty incident outside Stamford Bridge

Tammy Abraham gets the crowd going

Tammy Abraham has had a bit of a frustrating time over the past few weeks, with an ankle injury that is not completely shifting.

After Olivier Giroud’s impressive performance against Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, the World Cup winner was given another chance to start.

And that meant Chelsea’s top goalscorer was left on the bench and waiting for his opportunity to impress once again.

Having come through the academy, Abraham is Chelsea through and through and he gets just as pumped up as the crowd.

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When Marcos Alonso almost scored in the first half after racing through only for his shot  to be saved by Manuel Neuer, Abraham took that chance to turn round to the supporters behind the Chelsea dugout and wave his arms around to get the fans up on their feet.

Cool down injury

It is standard for substitutes to do some work on the pitch after games and while those who had started on Chelsea’s bench were doing some strides last night, Abraham pulled up with a leg issue and limped down the tunnel as his team-mates continued – as this clip showed.

Frank Lampard was asked about it in his press conference but was not aware of the incident. Abraham was still limping as he left the ground, though not as severely.

It was unclear if it was his ankle troubling him again or another issue.

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Bayern Munich fans take a stand

In the Premier League, there is a rule that away tickets cannot exceed £30. But in the Champions League and Europa League, the standards are different and clubs can set their own ticket prices.

It means that fans are still paying through the nose to watch the match, as well as the costs associated with travelling across Europe to be at the game.

Bayern Munich fans have obviously had enough, presenting a banner during the second half of the match.

In the Shed End…


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