Chelsea and administrator Frank Lampard, have sponsored Nigerian-born forward, Tammy Abraham following his punishment miss in the shootout that in the long run cost the Blues the UEFA Super Cup, and racial maltreatment he got in the Social Media, Completesports.com reports.
The two English Premier League sides had tied 2-2 at guideline and extra time, driving a tie-breaking extra shots.
Tammy had his exertion covered by Liverpool goalkeeper to blessing the Reds triumph in the conflict. The player was later mishandled by Chelsea fans on the Social Media.
Be that as it may, Chelsea supervisor, Lampard, attracted a few positives the youth’s mental fortitude to venture forward for the kick as opposed to censuring him for causing his group’s thrashing.
“I’ve let him know not to stress, I’ve missed punishments myself previously”, Lampard said on Chelsea Twitter handle.
“Anybody can miss punishments. What I need to see is the certainty of a youthful player venturing out to take extra shots.
”It’s a vital part of being a player at the top level, which is the thing that Tammy currently is.
“These minutes come and we must be steady of him since that is football”.
Tammy Abraham who would not play for his country, Nigeria, was racially manhandled internet, including danger to his life following The Blues’ destruction in the Istanbul UEFA Super Cup standoff.
Hostile to bigotry in football outfit, Kick It Out, in an announcement on its Twitter handle on Thursday said racial maltreatment was sent to the English forward.
“The previous evening we got reports of supremacist misuse coordinated at Tammy Abraham via web-based networking media after Chelsea’s UEFA Super Cup coordinate,” show it out joked.
Chelsea has since reacted, denouncing the awful treatment dispensed to their young player.
“We are sickened with the loathsome posts we have seen on Social Media,” a club representative said.
“Chelsea FC discover all types of prejudicial conduct unsuitable. It has no spot at this club and where there is clear proof of Chelsea season ticket holders or individuals associated with such conduct, we will make the most grounded conceivable move against them.”