After a drab first half, Ben Chilwell scored and then provided an assist for Kurt Zouma as Chelsea assumed full control.
Jorginho had already stuck one penalty in the back of the net when Kai Havertz was felled by Mamadou Sakho and Abraham grabbed the ball with the intention of taking the spot-kick.
Italy international Jorginho had the same idea and Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta was forced to get involved and drag an unhappy Abraham away.
Jermaine Jenas, the former Totttenham Hotspur midfielder, believes Jorginho was right to take the penalty and that it was the ‘professional’ thing to do to let him step up.
‘Don’t get me wrong it’s nice that your striker wants to score goals I get it but you have penalty takers for a reason,’ Jenas told BT Sport.
‘You go into games derbies finals and you need your penalty taker to be scoring these throughout the season to get that feel.
‘It’s good because I’m sure in those scenarios players don’t want that uncomfortable feeling or discussion point after a game.
‘I’m sure Jorginho probably would have stepped aside but it was good that Azpilicueta stepped in there and said no we’ve got a plan and we’re sticking to it, we’re professionals.’