The first 45 in summary
As expected, the visitors came flying out the blocks because they had something to prove after dropping points at home to Everton last week.
But it was short lived because Wolves didn’t allow Chelsea to build up any sort of momentum going forward as much as they tried.
In actual fact, the hosts looked more likely to score anytime they attacked and had it not been for Raul Jimenez straying in an offside position, Bruno Lage’ men could have been the ones going into the break in the lead.
With not much to turn to on the bench, Thomas Tuchel has a lot of work to do in the second half especially with Manchester City currently beating Newcastle United in the other 14:00pm kick-off.