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Alla Zakarian

27-11-2019 | 19:16 Football

Tammy Abraham explains why he feels no extra pressure before biggest game of his Chelsea career

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has insisted tonight’s game against Valencia in the Champions League is the biggest of his career. However, Abraham insists that the approach will be no different to any other match. A win for the Blues at the Mestalla would ensure their place in the last-16. “I would say so, definitely, I would say so," Abraham replied when asked if this is the most important game he has played in. “We know this is our biggest game of the season so far but training hasn’t been different. No one’s been acting different, weird, we’ve all been enjoying training, focused and we always want to win in training. "Obviously coming after the loss at Man City, we were all disappointed and we knew we had to pick ourselves up because we knew we had another massive game coming up. So, for us, we’ll all be in-game mode and we’ll all have to give our best performance to win that game. I’m sure all of us know what’s coming so we’ll be ready." The striker, 22, said that he does not feel under any additional pressure. “I wouldn’t say that plays on my mind," Abraham added. "Coming up against great teams there are going to be fewer chances in the game. “That’s something you have to be ready for. When that chance comes I have to grab it with both hands. I’m not worried about it. Every team in the Premier League or Champions League is a strong team. Scoring goals against anyone I would celebrate it like it’s the World Cup final.” Source- Football.london

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