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Tammy Abraham is the 1st player in history to win 3 European trophies under a year

By Jay Wasinda (self media writer)

 

Former Chelsea football club of England star Tammy Abraham has become the first player in history to win three European trophies under a year, after helping Italian serie A giants AS Roma football club to lift the UEFA Europa Conference League title on Wednesday night.

 

The England international has been one of the most outstanding players in the UEFA Europa Conference League, since it was introduced earlier this season, and he was able to perform excellently against their opponent again in the final.

Tammy Abraham was signed by Jose Mourinho in the summer transfer window from Chelsea football club of England, and he has been able to score a lot of goals for the club.

 

The former Aston Villa football club star won the UEFA Champions League title with Chelsea football club in May 2021, following his team’s 1-0 victory over Manchester City FC in final, and he won the UEFA Super Cup title with the Blues earlier this season after penalty shootout victory over Villarreal, before winning the UEFA Europa Conference League title with AS Roma football club on Wednesday night.

Tammy Abraham did not only made history with Chelsea football club of England and AS Roma football club of Italy, but he actually played vital roles in the teams victories.

 

With AS Roma football club’s victory over Feyenoord football club, it means Tammy Abraham has set a new record;

 

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“The England international has become the first player in history to win three European trophies under 12 months (one year), UEFA Europa Conference League, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup.”

 

Congratulations to Tammy Abraham and AS Roma football club of Italy.

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