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Wolves boss Nuno admits his players are ‘sad’ following late Hazard equaliser

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has revealed that his players were left saddened by their last gasp draw against Chelsea.

As has often been the case this season, Maurizio Sarri saw his side dominate proceedings, enjoying 75 per cent of the ball as well as 22 attempts on the Wolves goal.

However, it was the Black Country club who took the lead at Stamford Bridge through Mexican striker Raul Jimenez after 59 minutes, before seeing their hearts broken by a 92nd-minute stunner from Chelsea’s mercurial forward, Eden Hazard.

Speaking after the game, Nuno thought that his side would had been deserving of a win, saying that they played with ‘a great shape’.

“We performed well. It was the individual quality of one Chelsea player which allowed them to score,” the Portuguese told Sky Sports.

“My players are sad because they know they had it. They’ve done a fantastic job. We were very organised and played with a great shape.”

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