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The Blues beat Wolves 5-2 on Saturday at the Molineux, our second victory of the season.
Tammy Abraham scored a hat-trick with Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount also on the scoresheet.
Chelsea had 54.7 per cent share of possession and no other player spent time on the ball than Chelsea midfielder Jorginho.
Jorginho spent the most time on the ball (6.7 per cent), followed by Fikayo Tomori (6.6 per cent) while Tomori had more touches of the ball (88) followed by Jorginho (83).
Jorginho and Tomori also led the way when it came to passes attempted and completed. Jorginho was successful with 62 of his 70 passes, and Tomori 58 of his 69.
When it came to key passes, Jorginho and Mason Mount made three apiece, a figure bettered only by Wolves’ Joao Moutinho. Ross Barkley made two during his 25 minutes on the pitch.
Chelsea’s overall pass completion rate against Wolves was 85 per cent, compared to the hosts’ 78 per cent.
Chelsea’s most accurate passer of the ball was Mateo Kovacic, who completed 94 per cent of his passes followed by Andreas Christensen (91 per cent).