The English striker joined the Liberty Stadium side on a season-long loan deal in the summer and has been leading their frontline in the early games of the season.
After firing blanks in the opening two league games of the campaign, Abraham netted against MK Dons in midweek and he’s followed that up with a goal against Palace today.
Breaking on to the end of a Leroy Fer cross, Abraham didn’t get the cleanest of connections, but it was enough to beat Palace goalie Wayne Hennessey and put the visitors 1-0 up:
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That’s what will be expected from Abraham regularly while he’s at Swansea – and he’ll no doubt hope it continues for the rest of the season before returning to Chelsea next summer.
Swansea lead the game 1-0 at half-time thanks to Abraham’s goal. A win would be massive for them after taking just one point from their first two games in the league.