Ex-Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham apologizes to Roma fans for his poor display against Atalanta

After an ideal start to his new life at Roma last season, Tammy Abraham was considered a long-term heir for their forward position. But now, the former Chelsea man has somewhat lost track.

Having played seven matches in Serie A this season, the Englishman has only racked up two goals and one assist. Furthermore, his abysmal performance against Atalanta saw the Giallorossi missing some decent scorable chances on Sunday. Following the game, the striker took to social media to apologize for his poor performance.

Sharing a story on Instagram, Abraham wrote (as reported by Sky Sport Italia):

“Apologies to everyone for the result. I will be back better and stronger.”

Courtesy of the defeat, Roma now stand sixth on the Serie A points table, having collected 13 points from seven matches. They next face Inter after the international break on October 1. Abraham will be hoping to find his scoring boots against a team also trying to deal with the adversities of a new season.

GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder

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