Chelsea could only stutter to a goalless draw at home to Wolves in Thomas Tuchel’s first match at the helm.
Thomas Tuchel’s tenure as Chelsea head coach got off to an underwhelming start on Wednesday as the Blues failed to make the most of almost complete domination in a 0-0 draw with Wolves.
Tuchel had only taken charge of one training session ahead the game following his appointment as Frank Lampard’s successor on Tuesday, and although Chelsea saw far more of the ball, they lacked cutting edge and slumped to a disappointing draw.
Frustratingly for the hosts, their two best chances fell to full-back Ben Chilwell in either half, and otherwise there were few instances of Chelsea carving open the Wolves defence.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men went on to go closest to a winner when Pedro Neto hit the crossbar in the latter stages, leaving the Blues perhaps fortunate to hold on to a point.