After scoring doubles against Norwich City and Sheffield United, Abraham becomes the youngest Chelsea player to score a Premier League hat-trick.
Chelsea Youngster, Tomori displayed an ambitious effort that caught experienced goalkeeper, Ruis Patricio off guard in the 31st minute.
Tomori who then assisted Mason Mount appeared to be fouled in the build-up but play went on only for Abraham to strike on the turn.
3 – Tammy Abraham (21y 347d) has become the youngest ever Chelsea player to score a Premier League hat-trick, and is the youngest Englishman to do so in the competition since Raheem Sterling (v Bournemouth) in October 2015. Outstanding. pic.twitter.com/huibRPCliW
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Wolves Captain, Conor Coady, appeared to have lost consciousness of Abraham lurking, who then put a header past the goalkeeper, credit to the cross from Marcos Alonso.
Antonio Rudiger had to leave the match following an injury scare, for Kurt Zouma at half-time but Abraham pushed Chelsea a bit higher by scoring the ball past Coady.
Romain Saiss gave Wolves some hope by heading the ball from a corner-piece that Kepa could only palm in the direction of Abraham, thereby conceding an own-goal.
Cutrone opened his scoring for his team from close range in the 85th minute after rebounding from a failed Kepa save from the Matt Doherty’s shot.
Youngster, Mount, would later score after dribbling past, cut inside Jesus Vallejo and to make a fine finish.