Frank Lampard’s second start as Chelsea manager turns into a nightmare with Matheus Nunes’s stunning goal.

Matheus Nunes Scores Screamer to Spoil Frank Lampard’s Return as Chelsea Interim Manager

Matheus Nunes stole the show at Molineux as his stunning goal secured a 1-0 victory for Wolves against Chelsea in Frank Lampard’s second debut as interim manager. The Blues, who solely managed to create one shot on target, turned to Lampard once again to revive their season after tumbling down the table. Unfortunately, Nunes had other ideas as he scored a goal worthy of Marco van Basten against the USSR in 1998. The win is a significant boost for Wolves in their bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

Lampard’s Formation Change Proves Futile as Chelsea Fail to Leave Own Half

In his first match as the boss for the second time, Lampard switched the formation to 4-3-3, with Kai Havertz, Joao Felix, and Raheem Sterling leading the line. However, the change in tactics failed to impress as Chelsea struggled to cross the halfway line at Molineux on Saturday afternoon. The defeat is a significant setback for Lampard, who will have little time to learn from his mistakes with Real Madrid up next in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

Only three points separated 12th-positioned Wolves from the relegation zone, making the win a vital boost to their survival bid.

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