Recent signing Patrick Bamford has continued an impressive start to his Chelsea career by scoring in another reserve match.
Last week the 18-year-old striker, a pre-deadline arrival from Nottingham Forest, netted twice on his first appearance in a Blues shirt as the reserves beat Gillingham 5-4.
He scored the winner from the penalty spot after being brought down himself in that game – and did exactly the same as the second string beat Fulham 3-2 on Monday afternoon.
Romelu Lukaku and Ismail Seremba also scored for Chelsea, while Kerim Frei got both Fulham’s goals in the match at Cobham.
Bamford was involved in his team’s second goal as his header hit the woodwork before Seremba added the finishing touch.
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