7th May, 2022
Wolves came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, making Chelsea’s hold on to the third spot shaken.
Lukaku grabbed a brace for Chelsea and he was disappointed to see his team let in two goals.
After a goalless first half, Lukaku gave the Blues the lead in 56 minutes.
He made no mistake from the penalty spot after firing the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal to give the goalkeeper no chance.
Two minutes later, he added the second goal for Chelsea.
Christian Pulisic pulled the ball back for Lukaku on the edge of the box, and he beat the keeper with a fine strike into the bottom right corner.
Wolves hit one back on 79 minutes after Trincao scored with a great individual effort.
He made a good run, skipped past defenders and fired the ball from the edge of the box past the diving goalkeeper. The shot went inside the left post.
Wolves equalised on seven minutes of added time to break Chelsea’s heart.
Chiquinho showcased his great technique and produced a beautifully lofted cross into the box. Conor Coady met the cross and got himself onto the scoresheet with a header down into the middle of the net.