Chelsea 2 – 2 Wolves


Wolves came from two goals down to snatch a dramatic point from Chelsea as Conor Coady’s 97th-minute header secured a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge past potential new owner Todd Boehly.

Romelu Lukaku scored two goals in three minutes (pen 56, 58) as Chelsea looked to have marked their new era with a morale-boosting win, but the contest fell apart for the hosts after substitutions inspired by the coach of the United Wolves goalkeepers Tony Roberts, back-up for absent head coach Bruno Lage.

Boehly looked on with delight then, an hour into the spirited encounter, but Wolves showed their fighting qualities as Trincao reduced the deficit with a well-taken finish (79) before captain Coady failed. meets Chiquinho’s cross with practically the last kick of the game. to ensure that the points have been shared.

The result means Chelsea remain third on 67 points, four points ahead of Arsenal who are one game behind, and six points ahead of Tottenham in fifth. Wolves ended a run of four defeats in five games by consolidating their position in eighth position, two points behind West Ham and a place in the Europa Conference League.

Full match report to follow…

And after?

Wednesday May 11 8:00 p.m.

Kick off 8:15 p.m.

Chelsea’s next challenge is a trip to Leeds United on Wednesday night, which is live on Sky Sports Premier League; kick off 7:30 p.m. The Blues then went on to the FA Cup final with Liverpool three days later before ending the season with back-to-back league games at home to Leicester City and Watford.

Wolves now turn their attention to hosting Manchester City’s title race on Wednesday night, which is live on Sky Sports Premier League; kick off 8:15 p.m. Bruno Lage’s side host Norwich on May 15 before traveling to Liverpool on the final day of the season seven days later.




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