Abraham the star for Chelsea with two goals and 8/10
Tammy Abraham was the star of the show with two brilliant goals to help give his Chelsea side a 3-2 victory, their first of the season, over a spirited Norwich City at Carrow Road.
Frank Lampard's continued faith in Chelsea's youngsters is starting to reap rewards, with Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham putting in excellent displays. There was also a welcome return to form for Cesar Azpilicueta, who looked dangerous on the overlap.
Despite all their verve as an attacking force, there are still question marks around a Blues defence that was breached with ease for both Norwich goals. It's early days, but Christian Pulisic needs to do more to justify his hefty pricetag despite his assist for Mount's goal.
Manager rating out of 10
7 -- It wasn't perfect, but Lampard's proactive philosophy is slowly starting to take shape. His use of attacking full-backs allowed his side to expose the space left behind by Norwich's marauding overlaps, causing significant damage.
Player ratings (1-10; 10 = best, players introduced after 70 minutes get no rating)
GK Kepa Arrizabalaga, 6. The Chelsea stopper will be disappointed he failed to prevent Teemu Pukki from finding the net from a tight angle for 2-2, but was largely untroubled during the 90 minutes.
DF Cesar Azpilicueta, 7. After a slow start to the season, this was much more like the Azpilicueta that Chelsea fans know and love. It all started with a lovely floated cross for the Chelsea opener, and the Spaniard's delivery caused problems throughout.
DF Andreas Christensen, 6. The centre-back will be amazed he didn't find the net with a bullet header that was saved brilliantly by Tim Krul in the first half, in what was a relatively quiet game for the Dane.
DF Kurt Zouma, 6. The 24-year-old may well feel aggrieved that he was denied a goal by VAR late on, while Pukki's goal was scored in space that Zouma had left unoccupied in the penalty area.
DF Emerson, 6. The left-back was playing more as a winger -- such was Chelsea's attacking dominance -- and should've done much better when presented with a shooting opportunity from 12 yards out on the hour mark.
MF Jorginho, 6. The midfielder was disappointing defensively when he failed to deal with Emiliano Buendia's weaving run for Norwich's first equaliser, and the Italian missed N'Golo Kante's workrate alongside him in the heart of the Chelsea midfield.
MF Mateo Kovacic, 6. Showed a bit more purpose in his passing play than in previous weeks, and the former Real Madrid man helped Chelsea maintain a rapid tempo. Still waiting to see some more incision from the Croatian, however.
MF Mason Mount, 7. A superb first touch gave him an easy finish to put his side 2-1 ahead for his second goal in as many games for Chelsea, and a goal at Carrow Road for the second season running. An England call-up is surely just around the corner for the 20-year-old.
FW Ross Barkley, 6. Drafted in when Pedro was injured during the warm-up, but there was a disappointing lack of impact from the former Everton man, and his failure to get goal side of his opponent allowed Todd Cantwell an easy tap-in for Norwich's first goal.
FW Christian Pulisic, 6. The American provided an assist for Mount, but wasted a glorious chance at the start of the second half when he sliced into the side netting while in acres of space.
ST Tammy Abraham, 8. A brilliant first-time finish on the half-volley put Chelsea ahead early on, and a superbly-taken individual goal proved to be the deciding moment. This performance will do the 21-year-old a world of good.
ST Olivier Giroud, 5. Harshly penalised for a foul on Norwich goalkeeper Krul that led to a disallowed Zouma goal in the closing stages.
FW Willian, N/R. Given 10 minutes or so, but didn't do much.
FW Marcos Alonso, N/R. Came on to finish the game off.