There were smiles on Lampard’s face after he secured his first Premier League win as Chelsea manager.
The Blues boss expressed his delight after their 3-2 win over Norwich at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Tammy Abraham helped his side earn three points as the youngster repaid the faith showed in him by Frank Lampard.
Abraham broke the deadlock after just three minutes as he fired home a cross by Cesar Azpilicueta, but Norwich got back into the game as they levelled the score through Todd Cantwell three minutes later.
The west London side then took the lead again in the 17th minute via Mason Mount and the prolific Teemu Pukki who assisted his side for the first goal, found the net to make it 2-2.
However, Chelsea laughed last as Tammy Abraham produced a clinical finish (his second in the game) past goalkeeper Tim Krul in the 68th minute and this time around the Canaries couldn't respond as Lampard’s Blues secured the win.
Following the match Lampard said it was “a tough test” for his team as BBC Sport quoted: "It was a tough test and Norwich will get a lot of points here because they are a good side.
”The two goals we gave away I didn't like but there were lots of good elements to our play and i'm really pleased."
On Tammy Abraham, the Blues legend said: "I'm particularly pleased for Tammy and he scored two good goals and the winning goal, but I want to talk about all the players today as we controlled the game on a hot day. Our performances haven't given us what we deserved so far - but today it did."
He also gave his update on injuries, saying: "Pedro felt his hamstring in the warm-up but Mason was just a kick to his calf so hopefully he can quickly recover."
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