Last-gasp Hazard equaliser rescues Chelsea against Wolves

Last-gasp Hazard equaliser rescues Chelsea against Wolves

Last-gasp Hazard equaliser rescues Chelsea against Wolves

Raul Jimenez had earlier put the newly-promoted side in front and they were on course for a shock victory until the Belgian popped up. "We were unlucky because we conceded a goal in the first situation inside our box - the first and the last, I think, in the whole 90 minutes - so we were unlucky for that".

A late Eden Hazard strike has earned Chelsea a 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers in Sunday's Premier League fixture at Stamford Bridge.

"For Jorginho it is very hard to play when the other players don't have movement without the ball. We missed a very great opportunity today but we have nine opportunities".

As has often been the case with Chelsea this season, Maurizio Sarri saw his side dominate the ball, enjoying 75 per cent of the possession at Stamford Bridge, while having 22 attempts on the visitor's goal. We needed to move the ball faster, we needed more movements without the ball, more movements into space, behind the line.

"The players are a bit sad because we probably could do better". "He needs more movement without the ball".

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"In the last 20 minutes we played a new system, 4-2-3-1".

Asked why he made a decision to switch his tactics, Sarri replied: "Because, for the first time, we were playing against a team who didn't want to play".

But Wolves turned the game around and caught us on two deadly counter attacks, leaving us beaten and Maurizio Sarri in trouble.

"We need to do more in that kind of situation".

"Now is the moment we have to win every game", said the Brazilian in an interview posted on the club's official website.

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