- Wolves vs Chelsea EPL meeting saw the Blues drop points at Molineux after they were forced to a 0-0 draw
- Daniel Pondence thought he had broken the tie's deadlock in the first half but his effort was ruled out for offside
- The draw left the Blues six points off leaders Man City who saw off Newcastle at St. James Park
Chelsea's Premier League title hopes have suffered a massive blow after being held to a 0-0 disappointing draw against Wolves.
The Blues were hoping to return to winning ways after dropping points against Everton in their last outing.
However, Thomas Tuchel's charges were unable to redeem themselves during their trip to Molineux on Sunday, December 19, as they fired blanks to settle for a barren draw.
The west Londoners went into the clash off a serious COVID-19 crisis that saw a number of key players sidelined.
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Tuchel named a strong team for the nonetheless which was still held to a second successive draw.
Wolves, who were dominant in the early exchanges had the best chance to break the deadlock via Daniel Podence who buried the ball behind the net only for his goal to be ruled out for offside.
Leander Dendoncker also went close with a powerful header just before half-time but his effort was comfortably saved by Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.
Christian Pulisic had the Blues' best goalscoring chance but he was kept at bay by Wolves keeper Jose Sa who did well to deny him from close range late on.
The clash eventually finished in a stalemate, with Chelsea, once again dropping points.
Man City stretch lead at the top
Earlier, Legit.ng reported Man City have stretched their lead at the top of the Premier League standings to four points after stunning struggling Newcastle United 4-0 at St. James Park on Sunday, December 19.
The Citizens were dominant from the blow of the whistle and took the lead within just five minutes of action through Ruben Dias.
Joao Cancelo doubled the advantage before the half-hour mark as City went into the break with an edge.