Abraham reveals how he is learning from the best

Abraham watches YoutTube videos to steal ideas from top strikers across the world!

Chelsea striker Abraham, 22, said: “Before that Valencia game, Mason (Mount), Fikayo (Tomori) and I were warming up together and it didn’t feel real yet, that we were all in the Champions League together.

“Hearing the Champions League music in the background, we all said together that we were in the Championship the season before.

“For many of us it is a dream come true, so we don’t want that dream to stop now. We want to keep going, keep pushing, keep doing the best we can and like I said tomorrow we have to just leave it all out on the field.

“I guess you have to take major strides in this competition. For me in my spare time I go on Youtube and watch all the best strikers in the world play in this competition, stealing their ideas and adding it to my game.

“I watch so many players. Harry Kane, (Sergio) Aguero, (Roberto) Firmino, these are Premier League strikers obviously but also (Robert) Lewandowski and all sorts and players who have played in this competition before.

“Like I said, tomorrow is the biggest game of the season so far and you have to let that joy, that childhood dream you’ve always thought of just go for a minute and focus on the game.

“It’s time for work now. I would say (this is the biggest game of my career), definitely, I would say so.”

He added: “If I don’t score and my team loses the feeling is the worst. For me, I’ve grown up with the mentality that I always want to win. I’m always a bubbly character in training and in games.

“For me it is about getting three points and winning. If I can top that off with a goal that’s a big achievement for me as well. Yes, as a striker you want to score goals but if I don’t score and my teams wins I’m happy.”

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