The wheels are finally in motion for Frank Lampard at Chelsea, as the Blues legend claimed a hugely impressive 5-2 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday afternoon.
A hat-trick from English starlet Tammy Abraham, as well as strikes from Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount gave the West London side the three points against an underwhelming Wolves.
Lampard shocked most of the Chelsea fanbase when the starting XI was announced, and the former England international had switched to a back three, much to the confusion of many.
Lampard's boys, however, got off to a flyer, thanks to an absolute screamer from young centre-back Tomori.
Chelsea take the lead at Wolves. Tomori with what sounds like a bit of a Thunderbastard of a strike.— Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 14, 2019
Tomori just closed the slots for goal of the season. What a beauty 😍— Wahab🏅 (@habby_ay) September 14, 2019
But the headlines belonged to Abraham, bagging a brilliant hat-trick for the away side. His goals were fantastic, and you all found a niche comparison to make with another Chelsea favourite.
Abraham's already outscored 3 of Drogba's Prem seasons.— Shaun (@ArsenalReviewed) September 14, 2019
It took Álvaro Morata: 16 games to score 5 goals— M☆nkind (@tweetmankind) September 14, 2019
It took Gonzalo Higuaín: 14 games to score 5 goals
It has taken Tammy Abraham just 5 games to score 6 goals 🔥
Tammy is truly the return of Drogba.
Some of you were less easily impressed however.
The 21-year-old's strikes were all incredible, but Wolves were also pretty dreadful. It seems that a lot of people are starting to have their doubts over the Midlands club this year...
You may have heard me say that Wolves would win the Europa League this season.— Mick McQT 🇦🇷 (@Mickchundaaa) September 14, 2019
I can assure you I did not say that.
Even a brave Watford fan tried to pipe up, but didn't quite have the heart to see out his banter.
So Chelsea go marching on, and the love for Frank Lampard is only just beginning...
Lampard is a genius!— Nelson Waithira 🇰🇪 (@ItsNelson_W) September 14, 2019
He believed in Tammy when most of us condemned him after missing the penalty against Liverpool!
He's great & will impress us more as time goes by.
Well done Tammy!
The tactics did the magic— Poju (@pojugreat) September 14, 2019
Lampard, kudos 🙌🙌🙌🙌
Some of us maybe got a little bit too carried away - but only time will tell.