Jose Mourinho Refuses to Praise Tammy Abraham

Jose Mourinho Refuses to Praise Tammy Abraham, Says He Can Do Better

‘At the point when you say he is awesome I clash… he can do much MORE!’: Hard-to-satisfy Jose Mourinho will not participate in adulating Tammy Abraham after his two objectives in the Rome derby, demanding the Englishman can do a LOT more (notwithstanding 23 goals this season!).

Jose Mourinho and Abraham

Tammy Abraham scores quickest ever Rome derby objective in Serie A. Abraham struck two times in a 3-0 defeat of Lazio to keep alive any desire for a best four spot. Jose Mourinho was not amazed by Abraham and asked him to accomplish more. Abraham is having a fine season in Rome, where he has 23 goals in all rivalries.

Tammy Abraham has been tested to be far better by manager Jose Mourinho regardless of hitting a game dominating support in the Rome derby against Lazio on Sunday.

Abraham has been a disciple since trading Chelsea for Roma and his twofold at the Stadio Olimpico has taken his season count to 23 goals across all rivalries.

However, Mourinho is seldom one to enjoy the commendation of his players and he rushed to remind the English striker that he can ‘do much more’ with his game.

Today was truly exceptional on the grounds that it appeared to be that all that we had arranged was placed on the field. Lazio in the final part attempted to play with satisfaction however we never let it go completely. Almost certainly, the young men merited the triumph.

‘At the point when you say Abraham is fabulous, I dissent, he can do significantly more.
Tammy Abraham victory‘I request a great deal of him since I know his true capacity, I’m not discussing goals yet he should play each game with this disposition.’

Triumph places Roma in 6th, eight points ahead of Juventus, who possess fourth position.

In any case, without the objectives of Abraham, who broke a goal record (21) in a presentation season for Roma set by Gabriel Batistuta, it is challenging to visualize this gathering staying in conflict for Champions League football next season.

Abraham’s first on Sunday came inside the principal minute when he snared in from short proximity in the wake of responding speediest to Lorenzo Pellegrini’s corner striking the crossbar.

That completion, after only 56 seconds, additionally saw Abraham become just the second Englishman to score in the lofty derby match, second to Paul Gascoigne in 1992, who played for Lazio.

Abraham’s second came in gymnastic design as he volleyed in Rick Karsdorp’s cross.

Mourinho’s side added a third when Pellegrini created an extravagant 25-yard free-kick to seal triumph – however even with a prevailing success over an opponent he is cavalier of the main four pursuit his players are focusing on.

‘I see the main four who are fighting for the spots and will remain there, I don’t see any of them losing that,’ a cynical Mourinho added.

‘Then, at that point, there are four groups battling for between fifth spot and eighth – us, Atalanta, Lazio and Fiorentina – and four groups who are working on their true capacity, which are clearly unique to the capability of the best four.

‘There is a contrast between fifth and eighth, so we need to end the season well.’