Tammy Abraham's three-word message after Trevoh Chalobah's Chelsea display against Brentford

Trevoh Chalobah celebrated the Chelsea win last night with a message on social media, which prompted responses from the likes of ex-Blues striker Tammy Abraham.

Chalobah, 22, started and impressed during Chelsea’s 2-0 victory away to Brentford in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals. Pontus Jansson’s own goal, along with Jorginho’s penalty, secured a win to set up a semi-final tie against Tottenham.

Some Chelsea fans on Twitter were left blown away by the midweek performance from Chalobah.

The English defender was a commanding presence in the heart of the back three, showing how much he’s developed already as a first-team player in the space of a few months.

He received messages of encouragement on Instagram from current teammates after Wednesday night’s performance. Also, Roma striker Abraham replied saying “that’s my boy”.


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Yes, Cobham have yet again delivered the goods.

The Chelsea production line of academy stars is showing no signs of stopping, as Chalobah is the latest to make the step up to senior football with supreme ease.

He’s a brilliant defender that improved during time away from Stamford Bridge on loan and is now an important part of Thomas Tuchel’s squad.

It’s hard to remember a mistake from him all season, so surely he’s knocking on the door for a senior England call-up.

Chalobah’s pace, power and composure gives him the perfect mix of a top quality centre-back. In addition, he’s shown he can fill into the midfield if needed.

It won’t be long before he’s receiving praise from the wider football audience because Chelsea fans are watching him put in immense performances every match.

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