On Saturday, in the Premier League, Chelsea gained a spectacular 3-0 victory over the Wolves. It was Diego Costa, the Wolves’ new coach, debut for Wolves, which was low on impact. Previously, Costa coached Chelsea, where he left in 2017.
Last week, Wolves sacked Bruno Lage because they were in the relegation stage of the league, and they stuck on three league goals for the season. After sacking Bruno, they appointed Costa as their coach, but still, the Wolves are in the bottom three and face a big 3-0 defeat from Chelsea.
In the 3-0 win against the Wolves, Chelsea’s Kai Havertz scored the first goal for his team in the 45th addition minute, Christian Pulisic scored the second goal in the 54th minute, and Armando Broja scored the final winning goal in the 89th minute. It was Armando’s first goal for the club, who came in this match as a substitute.
Graham Potter, Chelsea’s manager, made changes in the team in the previous match against Milan, which they won by 3-0, and in this match, the changes also worked.
Costa looked like a street fighter as he looked in Chelsea days. In the early running, he almost shaped the game, peeling wide to cross for Matheus Nunes, but Matheus failed to get a clean connection to his volley.
Costa’s side got another chance in the 70th minute when Hwang Hee-chan replaced Adama Traoré. Hwang made an opportunity, and there was space, but he could execute it well.
After this win, Chelsea stands at 4th in the league’s point table with 16 points, while Wolves again stands at 18th in the relegation stage.