Match report: Chelsea 2 Wolves 2 | Official Site | Chelsea Football Club
With 33 minutes played, Werner had the ball in the net but the whistle had just blown. He clearly disagreed with the verdict that he had barged Romain Saiss as he made it to the ball. The Wolves defender looked to be going down anyway.
Another decision went against the Blues soon after, this time via VAR. After the ball had pinged around following a Chelsea corner and Loftus-Cheek found the net from only inches out, there were two offside checks made. We passed the first one but the second, with the ball bouncing off Lukaku before reaching Ruben, went Wolves way.
Despite those Chelsea attacks, our opponents could well have gone ahead just before half-time when suddenly we were twice caught lacking numbers at the back as they counter-attacked. Edou Mendy saved well from Neto and thankfully Leander Dendoncker blazed the loose ball over the bar.
Then when there was still chance for another Wolves break it was again a wasteful finish, this time by Rayan Ait-Nouri. Between those scares, Lukaku had forced a save from Sa with a low hit on the turn.