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Frank Lampard's first game as interim boss ends in defeat

By Daniel Oriloye - Matheus Nunes goal beats Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga with a fine finish to give Wolves the lead against Chelsea

Matheus Nunes cost Wolves a club record £38m from Sporting Lisbon in August 2022
Frank Lampard made a losing return to the Chelsea hot-seat as Wolverhampton Wanderers eased their Premier League relegation worries with a hard-earned victory.

Chelsea legend Lampard was predictably given a rapturous reception from the travelling fans at Molineux following his appointment as caretaker manager 27 months after being sacked from the role.

Yet Chelsea's all-time record goalscorer was unable to arrest the poor form that led to Graham Potter's sacking, as mid-table Blues failed to score for the third successive game en route to an 11th league defeat of the season.

Wolves were on the front-foot throughout and deserved their win which came after a sweet finish by Matheus Nunes, the Portugal midfielder's goal for the club since joining from Sporting Lisbon last August.

Nunes, who cost a club record £38m, beat Kepa Arrizabalaga with a fierce attempt from a tight angle after an attempted headed clearance by Kalidou Koulibaly.

Joao Felix forced a save from Jose Sa but Chelsea were disappointing and remain 11th after just two wins in 11 league games.

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