Highlight Chelsea 2-2 Wolves: In a 2-2 tie on Saturday afternoon, Wolves salvaged a point in injury time to cancel out Chelsea’s early advantage.
Timo Werner and Ruben Loftus-Cheek scored for the home side in the first half, but both goals were disallowed for a foul and offside, respectively.
Romelu Lukaku scored both of his team’s goals in the second half, becoming the first player in the league to do it since 2022.
Wolves’ first goal came in the 79th minute when substitute and loanee Francisco Trincao rifled a long-range shot past Edouard Mendy and into the top corner of the Blues’ net.
Conor Coady managed to head the ball past Edouard Mendy with the game’s final effort, 97 minutes in, to secure a 2-2 tie.
Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku made his second Premier League start since February on Saturday afternoon, as Thomas Tuchel switched up his front three against Wolves.
In the first ten minutes, Chelsea dominated possession as Bruno Lage’s team sat back and sought to limit the home side’s assaults.
Timo Werner got his team’s first effort on goal after latching on to a play from Mateo Kovacic, but the German international was unable to beat Jose Sa.
In the 14th minute, Lukaku had his side’s second chance on goal, but a deflection from Romain Saiss sent the ball back into Sa’s palms.
Three minutes later and Pedro Neto found himself one-on-one with Edouard Mendy but skipper Cesar Azpilicueta raced over in time to snuff out any threat.
Chelsea continued to dominate possession as the game progressed, but they only had a few chances.
In the 25th minute, Reece James attempted a magnificent long-range effort, but the ball went way beyond the crossbar.
Todd Boehly, the soon-to-be Chelsea owner, was seen in the stands on Saturday afternoon as the Blues attempted to break the deadlock against their opponents.
Timo Werner found the back of the net in the 34th minute, but referee Peter Banks disallowed the goal due to a foul on Saiss in the build-up.
Lukaku had a scruffy opportunity inside the six-yard area a minute later, but Sa managed to grab the ball before the Belgian talisman.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek found the back of the goal with a back post tap in from a corner as Chelsea’s raids continued.