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Three key questions as Wolverhampton Wanderers hold Chelsea to a Stalemate

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The home side would be pleased with the measure of performance they recorded at home as hostility ensues at the Molineux Stadium.

They were potent enough to hold European Champions Chelsea to a barren draw while the away side struggled led to finding the back of the net in the entire match.

Here, Isagoal.Com evaluates three key questions as Chelsea draws with Wolves at the Molineux Stadium.

Was VAR right to disallow Wolves goal?

The home side scored a goal in the 15th minute of the game. But it was chalked off for an offside by VAR who dismissed the goal Deponder scored in the match.

It was a close call by the VAR instruction team even though the goalscorer himself appear not to be in an offside position.

This was similar to Riyad Mahrez’s case scenario at Newcastle United on Sunday. But it appears that the Algerian star was more fortunate as his goal stood unlike the one Wolves scored against Chelsea.

What is wrong with Chelsea?

The Blues couldn’t get the goal they needed as they were held by the home side (Wolves) to a great effect.

The likes of Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic could have scored a goal but the onrushing Wolves goalkeeper did his best to prevent a goal in the contest.

Next up is a match between Chelsea and Brentford where Chelsea would hope to return to winning ways as hostility ensues at the Brentford City Stadium.

While the Wolves match is a game to forget as the Blues failed to make the most of their chances in the match.

Was Chelsea missing Lukaku?

Though the Blues had the talent to get the job done in the mix. But they just need a cutting edge from a world-class centre forward like that of Romelu Lukaku.

In his absence, Thomas Tuchel and his men looked blunt in transition despite the creativity that Chelsea had on the pitch.

And with the game coming in a rush in the festive period the West Londoners can’t wait to have the big Belgian back in the team along with Timo Werner.


This article was updated 3 months ago



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