“What does he actually offer” – Luiz and Rudiger share the blame for lost points

Chelsea dropped two point against Wolves yesterday for the simple reason that they couldn’t defend well.

Exactly as in the first game against Nuno’s team, we set up high in their half and passed sideways without any threat, until they had the chance to break on the counter.

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Once again they picked us off with ease, and there was some division among Chelsea fans over who was at fault.

Neither David Luiz nor Antonio Rudiger covered themselves in glory, but different fans had blame apportioned differently for each player.

What we can all agree on is that neither covered themselves in glory in allowing Wolves to score so easily with pretty much their first significant attack.

You can see a selection of the debate here: