Chelsea Sink Wolves To Book Place In Champions League



Chelsea booked their place in next season’s Champions League as a 2-0 win against Wolves sealed a fourth-place finish in the Premier League on Sunday.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Frank Lampard’s side needed one point from their last game of the season to be sure of featuring in the Champions League for a second successive season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

First half goals from Mason Mount and Olivier Giroud at Stamford Bridge ensured there was never any doubt they would achieve that target.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Despite some stumbles since the coronavirus hiatus, Chelsea held onto the top four berth that had been theirs for most of the season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Chelsea booked their place in next season’s Champions League as a 2-0 win against Wolves sealed a fourth-place finish in the Premier League on Sunday.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Frank Lampard’s side needed one point from their last game of the season to be sure of featuring in the Champions League for a second successive season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

First half goals from Mason Mount and Olivier Giroud at Stamford Bridge ensured there was never any doubt they would achieve that target.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Despite some stumbles since the coronavirus hiatus, Chelsea held onto the top four berth that had been theirs for most of the season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Chelsea booked their place in next season’s Champions League as a 2-0 win against Wolves sealed a fourth-place finish in the Premier League on Sunday.
Frank Lampard’s side needed one point from their last game of the season to be sure of featuring in the Champions League for a second successive season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

First half goals from Mason Mount and Olivier Giroud at Stamford Bridge ensured there was never any doubt they would achieve that target.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Despite some stumbles since the coronavirus hiatus, Chelsea held onto the top four berth that had been theirs for most of the season.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Error-prone Kepa, linked with a move after reports Lampard is looking at potential replacements, has struggled to live up to his price tag as the world’s most expensive keeper since the Spaniard’s £71.6 million ($91.5 million) move from Athletic Bilbao in 2018.





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