Wolverhampton Wanderers compound Chelsea misery

Wolverhampton Wanderers compound Chelsea misery.

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By Avideep Nandi Majumdar: Wolverhampton Wanderers bounced back from the disappointment of loosing to Manchester United in the last minute in midweek to win 4-2 away to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. It was Chelsea who started the match in the front foot and Cole Parmer opened the scoring when he took advantage of a defence splitting pass to slot the ball past Jose Sa in the 19th minute . Wolves took 3 minutes to respond and Matheus Cunha equalised as his shot deflected past Djordje Petrovic. Wolves took the lead just a few minutes from added time as Rayan Ait Nouri met Pedro Netos cutback and his short deflected off Axel Diasi. In the second half, Wolves extended their advantage as Pedro Netos picked out Matheus Cunha who scored his second goal. Cunha completed his hattrick as he slotted in a penalty after he was fouled by Malo Gusto. Thiago Silvas goal proved to be a mere consolation. Following the result, pressure is likely to grow more on manager Mauricio Pochettino. Chelsea stay in 11th and Wolves go to 10th position.