Conor Coady scored a last-minute equaliser to help Wolverhampton Wanderers to a 2-2 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Wolves came from two goals down to snatch a dramatic point at Chelsea as Conor Coady’s 97th-minute header secured a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge in front of prospective new owner Todd Boehly

Coady headed home a cross from substitute Chiquinho in almost the last action of the game.

Wolves had trailed for much of the game after Romelu Lukaku scored twice, his first league goals of 2022, in two second-half minutes.

Lukaku claimed his first from the penalty spot in the 56th minute after a lengthy VAR check concluded he had been fouled by Romain Saiss just inside the area.

He put his second away with a fine first-time strike after being put through by Christian Pulisic.

But Wolves snatched a goal back in the 79th minute through substitute Francisco Trincao and then upped the pressure as Coady struck in the 97th-minute, giving Thomas Tuchel another frustrating afternoon to reflect on.