In today’s match, Chelsea had the ball in the net twice in the first half, but both goals were disallowed in a half in which they felt they had earned the right to go into half-time with a goal.
Timo Werner was initially called for a foul on Romain Saiss, but he dutifully cleared the ball before Ruben Loftus-Cheek scored from an offside position.
However, the Blues’ play and luck improved in the second half.
Romelu Lukaku was fouled in the Wolves box, and the Belgian calmly converted the resulting penalty for his first Premier League goal since 2022.
It didn’t take long for the 28-year-old to discover his second.
Lukaku received a simple feed from Christian Pulisic and blasted an incredible strike with his right foot.
The introduction of Francisco Trincao, however, did not make the wolves go away quietly.
The Portuguese star changed the game’s tone in the final ten minutes when he beat Edouard Mendy with a superb effort from outside the box.
In the aftermath of that incident, the visitors looked dangerous, but Chelsea appeared to be on the verge of winning.
Conor Coady had other ideas with a header as they scored late in stoppage time.
With prospective owner Todd Boehly in attendance and some questions regarding conclusions till the end of the game.
Thomas Tuchel will have much to talk about in the aftermath.