Chelsea player ratings vs Wolves: 'Clumsy' 4/10 and 'wasteful' 5/10 in deserved 4-2 defeat

Raheem Sterling was booed off the pitch as Chelsea suffered a heavy defeat at home to Wolves.

Chelsea self-destructed in their 4-2 defeat to Wolves in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. For large parts, the Blues gave away the ball cheaply and Wolves took their moments to impressively record their first league win at Stamford Bridge since 1979. 

Mauricio Pochettino named both Ben Chilwell and Malo Gusto in full-back positions for the first time this season, but it made little difference on the day as both were constantly being dragged out of position by the effective Wolves attack led by Matheus Cunha and Pedro Neto. 

Ironically, it was Chelsea who started the game as the better team with Moises Caicedo cleverly picking up Cole Palmer who finished off brilliantly to open the scoring. Minutes later, Matheus Cunha scored his first goal to level it up. 

Pochettino's team then collapsed from there with Axel Disasi deflecting a ball into his own net to hand Wolves a 2-1 lead. Chelsea were lethargic, slow and easily predictable which allowed the visitors to always get back in shape. 

Cunha surged in again to finish off brilliantly for his second of the game and put Wolves 3-1 to effectively seal their first win at Stamford Bridge in Premier League history

The Blues suffered a 4-1 defeat at Anfield in midweek and that scoreline was repeated momentarily when Cunha was brought down by the struggling Gusto, the referee pointed to the penalty spot and Cunha got his hattrick with a good finish.

This was a troubling afternoon for Chelsea with home fans singing "You're getting sacked in the morning" towards Pochettino and most of the home fans leaving with 15 minutes left. Thiago Silva headed home to make it 4-2 but despite them throwing the kitchen sink at Wolves, they held on to record a memorable win. 

Here is how we rated the Chelsea players out there today.