Aston Villa News: Tammy Abraham reveals the secret of his scoring success

Aston Villa News: Aston Villa striker Tammy Abraham has revealed the secret of his goal-scoring success.

Abraham is on loan from Chelsea and has scored 20 goals so far, breaking the club’s record for the most number of goals in a season.

The youngster revealed the secret of his goal-scoring flair, claiming he takes care of his body well. (h/t Birmingham Mail)

“I like to look after myself, so that’s stretching or ice baths and as soon as I get home I just sleep anyway, it’s all part of recovery.”.

He later added that he would play video games with his team-mates and expressed his love for scrambled eggs and sleeping.

A youth product of Chelsea, the English forward joined the senior squad in 2018. After making two appearances he was loaned to Bristol City and Swansea City for consecutive seasons.

In 2017, Abraham signed a new five-year extension with the Stamford Bridge side before moving to the Welsh club.

The Striker was in Maurizio Sarri’s squad for the Community Shield clash against Manchester City. He then was sent on loan to the Championship side.

Abraham has made a big impact ever since he joined Villa. He also achieved the feat of scoring in seven consecutive games for the club since 1933.

Dean Smith’s side will be facing Derby County this weekend in a crucial Championship clash.

Abraham holds a great scoring record against Frank Lampard’s side as he has scored in all three league games against them.

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