If there’s one man Chelsea striker should be looking up to, it’s Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
The former Chelsea number 9 was a goal machine at Stamford Bridge, and he was on punditry duties today as the Blues took on Tottenham.
Afterwards, he was critical of Tammy Abraham, pointing out the forward had some chances he didn’t take, and some moment he let the team down.
“He can do better,” the Dutchman insisted, reminding everyone of how good the young striker had been 12 months ago. He said that maybe Abraham needs to watch some clips of himself after games to see where he’s going wrong.
You can see JFH speaking in the clip embedded here:
🗣"Sometimes I wonder does he watch clips of himself after the game.”
— Talk Chelsea (@talkchelsea) November 29, 2020