Matheus Nunes strikes for Wolves
Watch wolves vs Chelsea Highlights as Matheus Nunes scores a stunning first half goal to lift four points above the relegation zone in the premier league premises.
As the end of the match, Chelsea is placed on the 11th position of the points table while Wolves are place in the 17th position of the premier league table.
Wolves vs Chelsea highlights
As Wolves vs Chelsea highlights is online, Frank Lampard’s first match as the manager of the Chelsea concluded with a defeat at Molineux stadium. As Nunes scores for the victory of the wolves, they just move above the relegation zone clearing four points above the zone.
Lampard, being sacked by the club in 2021, returned to the Blues Dugout where he remained rest of the season, but was unable to solve their attacking problems.
Nunes boosted up the confidence of the club by his stunning goals in the 31st minute of the match play, inside the box which found to be volleyed on the top corner which became his first goal in premier league since his join for the club record deal of £42.2m.
Chelsea have been low since the match beginning and rarely took the place for scoring eventually missing the chances, and have not scored a single goal in their last three league fixtures and falling down as their performance seemed to be weakened.
Frank Lampard on Postmatch interview
“In terms of the performance, first half I thought we were slightly off the pace. You could feel Wolves were aggressive, fighting for their Premier League status and I felt they had a little bit more aggression in their game. It’s something I said to the players at half-time.
“Second half we corrected that slightly in the early parts, had some more chances but, at that point, you’re 1-0 down. We’ve been here a day or two, trying to work the players out and give them information, we’re going to keep on doing that to try and improve because we’ve got big games coming up.”
On problems in front of goal: “We have to find the reasons and solutions for that. The only way I know is to work. We have to give some credit to players but some players here haven’t got a history of scoring goals, maybe fresh to the league or are new players. You have to give them time and work with them. At the same time, we’re Chelsea and want to score goals and win games so we have to find a solution to that.”
On bringing on Aubameyang: “I have to try and use everything, we want to assess the squad quickly and try and find the best players to win games.
“To have a good competitive edge in the squad is a good thing. You don’t want players that are just saying, ‘It’s not for me, I’m not playing’, or don’t see an opportunity. They have an opportunity if they train well and play well. That’s the challenge for the players over the weeks to come.”
Is the focus on Real Madrid? “From right now, of course it is. It’s a different competition, it will be a different type of game and it’s up to us to prepare in the right way and anything can happen. We respect the fact we’re playing the current holders so we have to focus on that now and cannot be too despondent.
“We’ll certainly analyse the game and we have to make improvements because we feel we want to be better and the only way to get better is hard work – and sometimes it doesn’t come overnight.”
Julen Lopetegui on postmatch interview
“You need to work hard to win each match, especially against this kind of team. Fortunately, we scored and had a clean sheet. In the end, we have three points more.”
On Nunes’ goal: “It’s a good goal but I prefer to highlight the work of the rest of the players in the different phases, their focus in this period and to have the belief to play football. We deserved to win today, it’s not easy.”
Good time to play Chelsea? “It’s not easy after these types of changes. The reaction of the players is strong because they have big players. We don’t put the focus on what is going to happen with them, they can change different things. We put the focus on our game plan and what we wanted to do.”