Seven minutes remained when Stamford Bridge rose to applaud Tammy Abraham's prolific start to the Premier League season and salute another success for Frank Lampard's youth culture.
Abraham had struck twice in the first-half to give Chelsea the edge against Sheffield United and was about to be replaced by 18-year-old Billy Gilmour.
The home crowd roared as their exhausted goal hero made his way off and Gilmour, born in June 2001, in the same week Lampard signed from West Ham, came on for his debut.
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