However, Wolves came out in the second half firing on all cylinders and levelled the scoreline through Raul Jimenez in the 59th minute of the game.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been rewarded with a start by Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri for their game against Wolves at the Molineux, following his goal-scoring cameo at the weekend.
Speaking to Chelsea's official website, Sarri said: "We played very well for 55 minutes".
"I am very anxious, not with the result, but for the fact we didn't react to the first goal of the opponent".
"I think everybody enjoyed it, everybody from Wolves of course", said Nuno. So I am really very anxious for this, not for the result'.
"I don't know about that, but we could have scored four or five goals and we missed them", he said.
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Sarri also refused to blame the penalty incident involving Morata on his side's defeat.
When Sarri opted to make a second-half change in search of an equaliser following Wolves' impressive turnaround, it was not Loftus-Cheek but N'Golo Kante who made way for Mateo Kovacic.
"Last season we had two more points - this season we already conceded two draws and last season we only had one at this point of the season".
A fine save by Patricio denied Willan a second goal for the visitors before a brilliant saving challenge from Ryan Bennett thwarted Willian. We had to play 30, 35 minutes.
The Italian questioned his team's attitude after they capitulated following Jimenez's goal just before the hour mark.
Not a single defence kept a clean sheet in midweek, so attacking prowess comes into thinking when selecting the back four and Virgil van Dijk also produced an assist alongside another imperious display during Liverpool's win over Burnley, winning a whopping 12 aerial duels.
"We worked hard and got the result but we have a long way to go".