- England destroyed Montenegro 7-0 at home on Thursday.
- Tammy scored his debut goal for the Three Lions from Sancho's assist.
- Chelsea are keen on the Borussia Dortmund winger.
- To play with his childhood friend at Wembley is a dream come true for Abraham.
Tammy Abraham has reacted to scoring his debut goal from England from an assist by Jadon Sancho - his closest friend and Chelsea target. The Blues striker netted the Three Lions' seventh in the 7-0 home win over Montenegro on Thursday.
"To be at Wembley together is just a dream come true for us," Abraham said in an interview with BT Sport. "I remember playing with him in the park a couple years back.
"Every summer we’d have little competitions and now he’s just assisted me and I've scored my first England goal. It’s crazy to think about it. I know where he wants to put the cross. He's an assist man, he loves tallying his assists, so I just knew I had to beat my man and get in front of him."
Chelsea have identified the Borussia Dortmund winger as their priority target for January if the transfer ban is lifted by CAS (The Telegraph). The 19-year-old is said to be keen on BVB exit next summer (Daily Mail). The Bundesliga outfit are expected to ask no less than €140million for Sancho.