Chelsea Striker, Tammy Abraham, Speaks Out After FA Cup Final Defeat, Says It Hurts


Tammy Abraham said that Chelsea FA Cup final defeat hurts, but insisted that the club's business this season has not been completed. Although Abraham was the Club joint top scorer this season, scoring 12 goals in all competitions, despite that Abraham was excluded from the 20-man lineup of Thomas Tuchel.

Since Tuchel arrived at Stamford Bridge in January, the 23-year-old has been struggling with game time, while forward partner Leah Monroe blasted the German boss' decision at Wembley

how exactly did you decide to exclude your top scorer out of the squad for Final. The same person who scored the goals to actually qualify for this. Monroe posted in her Instagram page before deleting the message.

Leicester won the FA Cup for the first time in club history, thanks to Yuri Tilliemans' shocking second-half strike.

The Chelsea Striker address the defeat on social media, Abraham thanked the fans for their support and admitted that the result was ``painful.'' This is painful, but our business has not yet been completed. ''Abraham said.

Thank you for your support, good to have you back.

When asked if Abraham was not his player, Tuchel told Astro Stadium after losing in the FA Cup final: ``No, only 18 players can be nominated on the match day. This is just a difficult decision.

Looking to the future, the Blues, currently ranked fourth, are still vying for the austerity conflict between Leicester and Aston Villa because they want to get the top four. They also have a Champions League final against Manchester City, which is expected to be held in Porto on May 29.

Source: Metro