Premier League: Three Things we Learned From Chelsea's 1-1 Draw With Wolverhampton Wanderers

Chelsea played hosts to Wolverhampton Wanderers and managed a draw thanks to a last minute goal from Eden Hazard. The dropped points could turn out to be disastrous for Chelsea as their game in hand will not put them back in the top four even if they win.

Here are three things we learned from Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

3. Hazard to the rescue

Eden Hazard was once again the saviour for Chelsea after he unleashed a strike from outside the box that gave them the draw, two minutes into stoppage time. This is his most productive Premier League season since he joined Chelsea and will surely be involved in some more by the end of the season.

2. Tactical battle

It was a tactical battle between the two managers, with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito clearly winning this one. Both teams stuck to plan A and Wolves players ensured they stuck in their positions and prevented any dangerous overlaps throughout the game. It was only at the end that they were beaten, that too by a superb effort from Hazard.

1. Top four race

Chelsea have stuttered in the race to the top four, with Arsenal picking up the win over Manchester United. Their game in hand will take them to fifth place and they will have to win the remaining games and hope Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur drop some points before the end of the season.