Tammy Abraham can equal one of Ronaldo achievements vs Wolves
- The striker has netted two consecutive braces.
- If he scores twice vs Wolves, he'll be the third U21 player to do it 3 times in a row in PL history.
- Only players to have done this are Cristiano Ronaldo and Dele Alli.
Tammy Abraham can achieve the feat first managed in the league by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2006.
The 21-year-old striker has previously scored two braces in a row in the games against Norwich and Sheffield United.
If Abraham can repeat this on 14 September against Wolves, he will become only the third player aged 21 of under to score two goals in three consecutive games.
Cristiano Ronaldo was the first player to do that during his time at Manchester United. After he registered three doubles in a row in December 2017, only Spurs' Dele Alli could equal this record in January 2017.
Abraham who scored 26 goals for Aston Villa last season has already made it clear he wants to score as much as he did at Villa Park.
"I always say to myself, you know, I want to hit close to what I got last season in terms of goals. If I get anywhere near to what go last season, it's a fantastic year for me."