Publicado: Jue, Diciembre 05, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Matt Targett: Aston Villa have no fear of Chelsea

Matt Targett: Aston Villa have no fear of Chelsea

Lampard's side ended a run of two successive Premier League defeats thanks to the latest heroics from emerging England duo Abraham and Mason Mount at Stamford Bridge. Lampard was asked at a news conference when a decision could be expected.

Lampard said: "Tammy's near the top of the goalscoring charts and is showing his all-round game".

"I don't think Mason should be mentioned exclusively on goals".

Should Lampard secure one of his left-back targets, a member of his current squad is likely to make way with Emerson having been linked with Juventus and Alonso frozen out in recent weeks.

Abraham, who took a bang to the hip against Valencia and missed Saturday's home defeat by West Ham, was passed fit to return against Villa.

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"The mentality we always have is to keep going", he said. We come out with the same energy wherever we play. "We weren't holding back". Against West Ham it wasn't.

"We did that, won more tackles and second balls, and we could have scored more goals".

Cesar Azpilicueta, caught out of position, gave Ahmed Elmohamady space to swing over a cross towards Trezeguet, who had no problem getting in front of the ponderous James.

Chelsea needed an immediate response after the interval and they delivered in the 48th minute.

Abraham, on his return from injury, scored a goal and registered a clever assist to set-up Mount to net the victor. Dean Smith will be hoping he doesn't get an up-close reminder of how good Abraham is tonight.

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