Bristol City's Twitter account has dubbed Tammy Abraham's skills "a joke" after he hit a quickfire brace against Sheffield Wednesday this evening.

The young striker is on loan at the Robins from Premier League giants Chelsea and is proving he is more than a match for the defences on offer in the Championship.

Sheffield Wednesday came close to winning promotion to the Premier League last term, but Abraham made short work of their defence at Hillsborough in the first half of the Championship clash.

Abraham's first goal came in the 33rd minute with Gary O'Neil picking him out with a cross following a corner, and the on loan Chelsea man making no mistake with his header.

Abraham did not have to wait long to add his second, with a close range header in the 39th minute making it 2-0 to the visitors.


And Bristol City were delighted, writing on their Twitter account: "This kid is a joke."

Just 18 years old, Abraham had already hit the back of the net on six occasions for Bristol City heading into the match against Sheffield Wednesday.

He is under contract with Chelsea until the summer of 2019 and his performances are not likely to be going unnoticed by Blues boss Antonio Conte.