Aston Villa fans have reacted on Twitter with delight after Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham netted a hat-trick against Wolves on Saturday afternoon.
Abraham was on-loan at Villa Park last season and he helped the club earn promotion via the Championship play-off finals when they beat Derby County at Wembley.
In January, when Villa were struggling in the second-tier, Wolves were tipped to make a move for Abraham, but a move didn’t materialise, as he snubbed the chance to move to the club, as reported The Mirror.
Not many would have predicted that many months later Abraham would be leading the line for Chelsea having helped Villa earn promotion and with it putting three goals past Wolves.
It was a brilliant performance by Abraham, as the Villa supporters were happy to see him doing so well at the London club.
There were a number of supporters who cited his snubbed move to Wolves in January and how things have ended up since then.
Others backed the 20-year-old to push on and prove his worth even further as his recent form will no doubt catch the eye of England boss Gareth Southgate.
Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford and Callum Wilson are England’s forward players, but it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him in Southgate’s next squad.
Here is a selection of Villa fans on Twitter reacting to Abraham’s hat-trick:
— Daniel Bowden (@DanB5826) September 14, 2019
Feel absolutely privileged to have had a season off Tammy Abraham at the Villa.
Top class lad, proving the haters and doubters to be completely wrong and utterly ignorant.
Well done @tammyabraham on your first Premier League hat trick.
— Bairdy (@dickiebaird) September 14, 2019
I'm also delighted that we no longer have any loan players, Purslow is spot on in stating that we can't be developing players for other teams any more. #utv
— Zeus_AVFC (@Zeus_AVFC) September 15, 2019
— Ben Wright (@Benztheking316) September 15, 2019
— Harry (@gymIad) September 14, 2019
Agent Abraham 💉💉 pic.twitter.com/ZRgpicGrPu
— Andrew Maddox (@MaddoxAVFC) September 14, 2019
— AVFCchats 🦁 (@AVFCchats) September 14, 2019