Liverpool's dark magic to run out against Man City's blue moon
But the 22-year-old Chelsea star has since proven that he deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as those great strikers, following a storming start to the season which has seen him score nine goals in 11 EPL matches.
And while he might not have the chiselled jaw and good looks of team-mate Olivier Giroud, Abraham has already won over the Chelsea fans with his brand of high-octane, high-energy gameplay, thus proving that substance can always trump style.
Given Abraham’s rich vein of form, which has seen him called up to the England national squad, we at FBS can ignore him no longer, and so he’ll be our focus for this week’s Star-Track.
FBS says: Abraham’s look of utmost concentration is a sight to behold. Imagine opposition defenders being up close to that crazed look all game – it’s no wonder they can’t concentrate on marking him properly.
FBS says: Chelsea fans feared for their team after they sold Eden Hazard and were unable to bring in a replacement due to the club’s transfer ban. But Abraham stepped up and became Chelsea’s main man in their time of need. I guess you can say Abraham answered…the "Call of Duty”.
FBS says: So, did the ball hit his chest or his arm? Abraham thinks it’s funny to keep VAR occupied and the fans guessing, which is why he’s practicing controlling the ball using the ambiguous body part that is the shoulder.
FBS says: You know Abraham’s a real baller when he’s clutching the football tighter than he is his personal belongings. Although we’ve got to say, he might be protecting the wrong ball, given how he’s putting his handphone in his front pocket like that. Radiation, mate!
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