Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel says he will not hide behind the recent uncertainty around the club following their 2-2 draw against Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues took a two goal lead against Wolves, with striker Romelu Lukaku bagging both, but a slump in performance in the second half allowed Wolves back into the game.
Francisco Trincao scored first for the visitors before captain Conor Coady headed home the dramatic equaliser to deny Thomas Tuchel all three points at Stamford Bridge with Todd Boehly watching from the stands.
Chelsea are developing a soft underbelly with 13 of their last 15 goals conceded coming in the second half of games, teams are targeting them.
The Blues lost to Everton and have picked just five points from their last three Premier League matches.
Todd Boehly - the man leading the consortium’s purchase was at Stamford Bridge to watch his first game as he moves ever closer to being named the new owner of Chelsea football club.
The news of his take over was supposed to lift the team but in the end a late collapse meant Chelsea’s bad run continued at the dawn of a new era.
Manager Thomas Tuchel who was visibly upset after his side threw away two goals refused to blame the recent off the field issue and questioned the focus of his team.
The Chelsea boss told reporters after the 2-2 draw against Wolves: “I don’t think ownership is a reason for lack of focus. We showed when the situation began that we can still focus.
“I would not consider this as advantage for Leeds. It does not change much for us as the sanctions are not lifted. It’s not worth thinking about, we have our own stuff to solve and make better.”
The Blues will have to quickly rediscover their early season form with the FA Cup final against Liverpool on the horizon.
The Blues have already lost to the Reds at Wembley in the Carabao Cup final and would love have revenge when they meet later this month.