Chelsea’s strikers have combined for a total of eight goals in all competitions this season.
Alvaro Morata’s scored six times whereas Olivier Giroud has scored just twice.
And Maurizio Sarri seems uncertain about his preferred option up top, as he constantly rotates the two.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s young striker Tammy Abraham is having a lovely time on loan at Aston Villa in the Championship.
Abraham had a tough year last year with Swansea as he experienced relegation with the South Wales club.
And Abraham could only score eight goals in a relegation season which meant he returned to Chelsea low on confidence.
Following Maurizio Sarri’s arrival at Chelsea in the summer, it was clear Abraham wasn’t in his plans.
Therefore, he went on loan to Aston Villa and seems to have found his feet at the Midlands club.
His goals have helped Villa recover from a poor start as they currently lie eighth in a congested Championship.
But last night was Abraham’s best game in a Villa shirt, as he scored a whopping four goals in a thrilling 5-5 game with Nottingham Forest.
It means he’s now scored 10 goals in 15 appearances for Villa, and is comfortably their top scorer.
So, here’s how Chelsea fans reacted to their academy graduates four-goal performance:
1st half hat-trick for Tammy Abraham!
Meanwhile, at Chelsea…
— Alex Goldberg (@AlexGoldberg_) November 28, 2018
So tell me what Morata has over this boy ? Some ppl are just too lucky .
— Santa Mula (@BoatengOsei_B) November 28, 2018
We have Morata struggling at Chelsea while our academy player on loan Tammy Abraham is scoring 4 goals in one match for Aston Villa. #Irony
— Chekwube Nwufo (@ncheks2005) November 29, 2018
Growing nicely gaining his man strength in the championship which is needed for the prem. it will be time to take a risk on those youngester who show the quality Reece James jay de silva Tammy and CHO they have the pace and the technical ability needed
— Wayne Hyde (@WayneHyde1) November 29, 2018
Tammy Abraham gets four goals Morata gets four offsides #CFC
— Aarön (@AaronCFC14) November 28, 2018