Chelsea young guns Abraham and Mount fire Lampard to first win as boss

(CNN) — The wait is over.
Frank Lampard will tick his first triumph as Chelsea head trainer off his list after his faith in his Chelsea squad has been rewarded with the away win in Norwich.
Lampard during an entertaining 3-2 victory’s normal age was 25 decades and 54 days, the youngest Premier League line-up for just seven years of Chelsea.
Tammy Abraham scored twice — his first goals with all an strike sealing the milestone win for Lampard.
Mason Mount, another academy graduate, backed up his full debut for the team last week with another goal, his curler.
Abraham’d missed the fifth and decisive penalty for Chelsea at the European Super Cup final against Liverpool this month — although former Blues’ star Lampard is determined to stick with the youth who are currently spearheading his Chelsea attack.
“I am delighted for them, especially to Tammy,” Lampard told the BBC. “There is a lot of competition up front. I am not just promoting childhood that they have to (earn their location ) on merit”
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Reflecting on his first win since his return to Chelsea as head coach Lampard said:”It feels great. This really is a difficult spot to come back but we have what we needed and we dominated big areas of the game”
As the sun shone on a summer’s afternoon, it was a significant time for England’s youthful talent to glow.
England manager Gareth Southgate has plenty by British celebrities climbing to contemplate after a dazzling screen and chooses at his squad to another round of Euro 2020 qualifiers Thursday.
Abraham is looking to win his England cap couple while Mount is still pressing to make his international debut.
After England’s Euro qualifying campaign proceeds against Bulgaria on 7 17, his chance could come.

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