Chelsea dropped back into the bottom half of the Premier League after suffering a 4-2 defeat at home to Wolves on Sunday. The Blues, playing at Stamford Bridge, appeared as the away team, conceding eight goals in their last two matches and slipping below Wanderers into 11th place.
Gary O’Neil’s side delivered a compelling performance, earning great value for their victory and adding to Chelsea’s recent struggles. This defeat marks another day of infamy for the once-dominant team.
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Endured a challenging afternoon as the talented Pedro Neto consistently veered towards Wolves’ right side, exploiting spaces behind Chilwell. Faced difficulties in making a notable offensive impact.
The record-breaking British transfer signing assisted Palmer’s goal but experienced multiple instances of losing possession, notably contributing to Cunha’s equalizer, leading to an early substitution..
Retreating deep to gather the ball, yet struggling to advance into penetrative areas to trouble Wolves. Positioned further forward in the second half, resulting in reduced involvement and fewer touches on the ball.