3 Worst Players For Chelsea in 2-4 Defeat To Wolverhampton at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea dropped back into the bottom half of the Premier League with a 4-2 defeat at home to Wolves on Sunday. The Blues were made to look like the away team at Stamford Bridge and will end the week having conceded eight goals in their last two matches, slipping below Wanderers into 11th. Gary O’Neil’s side were great value for their victory to inflict Chelsea their latest day of infamy.
Here are the three worst players from the game
The centre-back was the best of a bad bunch and unlucky to see a shot deflect in off his attempted block, which went down as an own goal.
The defender kept putting Chelsea in danger with his passing, was booked midway through the first half and gave away a penalty.
Really weird couple of minutes for the Ecuadorian. Caicedo plays an inch-perfect pass to Palmer to open the scoring. The midfielder, however, gave the ball away far too easily to allow Wolves a route back into the game.