Tammy Abraham expressed his delight on Twitter after scoring his first senior England goal on Thursday night – and some Chelsea fans responded with a similar message.
The Three Lions demolished Montenegro 7-0 at Wembley to qualify for the European Championships next summer.
Gareth Southgate’s side dominated during a first-half that saw them go 5-0 in front and captain Harry Kane scored a hat-trick to make him the nation’s sixth highest goalscorer of all time.
Blues striker Abraham replaced Kane in the second-half to earn just his fourth senior international cap.
The 22-year-old tucked in a first-time finish at the near-post to show the kind of form he’s been in all season at Stamford Bridge.
He’s scored 11 goals and supplied four assists in 18 games across all competitions so far for Chelsea
“South east London boys to Wembley Jadon Sancho. Glad to get my first in the shirt tonight. Celebrated England’s 1000th game in style,” Abraham wrote on his personal Twitter account.
— Tammy Abraham (@tammyabraham) November 14, 2019
After expressing his delight on social media, a selection of Chelsea supporters were drawn towards his link-up with Jadon Sancho.
Borussia Dortmund winger Sancho assisted Abraham for the seventh goal late on and the Chelsea centre-forward posted an image with him.
The Telegraph reports that 19-year-old Sancho is a potential target for Frank Lampard’s side when their transfer ban ends.
Some Chelsea fans have suggested that Abraham can convince his England teammate into a move to Stamford Bridge.
Here are some Blues responding to Abraham:
Agent Tammy, you know what to do 🙌
— Nouman (@nomifooty) November 14, 2019
— ً (@CFCFutbol_) November 14, 2019
Can’t wait to see you both teaming up together at Chelsea next season 😍😍😍💙💙💙
— Daniel Evans (@Daniel_Evans56) November 14, 2019
Now Sancho & Chilwell, you know what i mean boy 😁
— BUMBLEBLUE 🎯 (@primebee21) November 15, 2019
— Jake Heasman (@jakeheasman) November 14, 2019
— 🏴 (@OdoiSZN20) November 14, 2019
Soon in royal blue #AgentTammy
— Jorgi (@RegistaEdition) November 14, 2019