Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham: "We made it difficult for ourselves."

Chelsea played out a 3-3 draw with West Brom at the Hawthorns on Saturday evening.


It was a game of two halves at the Hawthornes as Frank Lampard's side came back from three goals down to seal a point on the road.


Tammy Abraham's last-gasp goal ensured Chelsea and West Brom shared the spoils at the Hawthorns on Saturday and after the game, the Blues striker said 'we made it difficult for ourselves'.


The Baggies owned the Blues in the first half as a double from Callum Robinson and a cool finish from Kyle Bartley made it 3-0 at half-time.


Chelsea responded 10 minutes into the second half through Mason Mount and substitute Callum Hudson-Odoi topped it up by putting the ball into the bottom corner following a great 1-2 move.


And, Abraham, who missed a brilliant chance in the first half, wrapped up the comeback in extra time with a close-range finish after goalkeeper Sam Johnstone parried midfielder Kai Havertz's shot.


Following the draw, Abraham told Sky Sports: "In the first half we made it difficult for ourselves. I had a chance I should have put away and one I should be taking at this level. They scored from every shot. We knew we had to come out in the second half and not drop our heads - and that's what we did."


On what manager Frank Lampard said at half-time, the 22-year-old said: "We all went in and our heads were down and he had to lift us up. He said we didn't look like a team ready to go out and win and we needed to pick each other up in the second half. Thankfully Mason [Mount] got the goal which meant we could believe. I knew we'd get chances but to come back from 3-0 is never easy. The boys deserve credit, they kept going."


On lessons to take away from the match against the Baggies, he said: "We need to cut out the mistakes as a team so we don't concede. We need to be strong together and keep encouraging one another."


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