Tammy Abraham hails Harry Kane as ‘best striker in the world’, reveals N’Golo Kante’s chess obsession and admits he’d love to form England partnership with Marcus Rashford as he takes on Ryan Sessegnon at FIFA
- Tammy Abraham and Ryan Sessegnon played a game of FIFA for charity
- Both players hailed the professionalism and quality of Tottenham’s Harry Kane
- Abraham says N’Golo Kante is one of the quietest players he’s ever met
Tammy Abraham has hailed Harry Kane as the ‘best striker in the world’ after revealing the England captain’s relentless finishing sessions.
Abraham and Kane have played alongside one another for England, while the pair have also met in the Premier League when Chelsea and Tottenham have done battle.
The 22-year-old says he has been taken aback by the quality of Kane’s finishing and says the professionalism of the Three Lions captain is what sets him apart.
Tammy Abraham has hailed Tottenham captain Harry Kane as ‘the best striker in the world’
Abraham says he’s been taken aback by the quality of Kane’s finishing and professionalism
The 22-year-old also revealed he’d ‘love’ to form an England partnership with Marcus Rashford
‘[He’s] The best striker in the world,’ he said during Copa 90’s FIFA 20 match against Ryan Sessegnon. Just training with Harry (Kane) is crazy.
‘Even when we just had little things like set-pieces before a game, the ball came to him in the box and everyone was just chilling and relaxing, Kane just banged it into the top corner. You could just look at him and ‘wow”.
Abraham has also been impressed with another England team-mate, Marcus Rashford, and admitted he would ‘love’ to form a partnership with him at international level.
Abraham also explained how N’Golo Kante plays chess on his iphone before training sessions
Abraham admitted he’s often perplexed by the fashion choices of Michy Batshuayi
‘Seeing someone on TV it’s different to watching someone live, playing against them and playing with them. Seeing the things he does. The way he strikes the ball, his skills, his good feet, the way he beats players, it’s just a dream to watch. I would love to. (partner him for England).’
Abraham, 22, has enjoyed the best season of his career after scoring 13 goals in 25 Premier League games to fire Chelsea into fourth position.
After spending the last two seasons on loan at Swansea and Aston Villa, the striker has been getting to know the different personalities inside the Blues’ dressing room.
‘[He’s] the most quiet person ever. He just chills on his phone before training, plays chess on his iphone and goes home afterwards.’
He added: [Michy Batshuayi] He’s got the wildest clothes. Sometimes I do like it, i’ll say, ‘that’s nice, where did you get that from?’ Sometimes, I just don’t know what to say. I like people who don’t care about what other people think.’
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