Chelsea 5 – 2 Wolves


At first glance, this looks like fairly standard fare for 2004. Wolves certainly weren’t the stable top flight force they are nowadays and Chelsea were slightly pre-Mourniho mark I and about win a ton of stuff. In the league table, one team was in 2nd, the other 20th. And yet, this was far from a walk in the park. With 13 minutes to go, a point at Stamford Bridge for a team in their postition would’ve been a stellar result for Wolves. But then in comes Jimmy Floyd to obliterate their dreams and send them back to the Black Country with nothing but an unhelpful -3 goal difference.