Former England defender, Rio Ferdinand, has said Tammy Abraham’s position presently gives him an edge over Marcus Rashford.
The strikers are both in structure at Chelsea and Manchester United individually this season.
Abraham got his thirteenth goal of the period in all rivalries, as Chelsea beat Lille 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
Rashford has a similar number of strikes so far this term, previously coordinating his best count for a battle.
Be that as it may, Ferdinand trusts Abraham as of now has the edge in the clash of the 22-year-old.
“He’s going to score a tremendous amount of goals because what he does is he wants to be in between the sticks, he wants to be in the centre of the goals to score goals,” he told BT Sport.
“He’s someone who’s ravenous and got a craving to score.
“It’s an excellent completion, it’s spotless and clinical. He makes it look simple, it is anything but a simple completion.
“What I love about Tammy is his first nature, his previously thought is ‘get me in there, get me in there to hurt the restriction, get me in there to score goals’.
“It’s the situating, a few people will advise [Marcus] Rashford to get in that position and he’ll score five, six, seven, eight goals a season more.
“This child here, that is all he needs to do, that is a component of his game that needn’t bother with chipping away at. He’s scored goals at each level and he’s carried it into the first team.”