Furious Moises Caicedo smashes seat
Moises Caicedo has faced plenty of criticism since Chelsea broke the British transfer record to sign him from Brighton, but it appeared as if he had turned a corner when his inch-perfect pass put Palmer in to open the scoring.
But three minutes later, at a time when composure was needed, the midfielder had his pocket pinched in his own half as Wolves raced away to equalise through Cunha.
He was then booked for dissent for the second game in a row, with frustrations clearly getting the better of the Ecuadorian before he was replaced by Nicolas Jackson with 30 minutes remaining.
The 22-year-old was reportedly hugely frustrated with his substitution, as London World claim that he smashed up a seat on the bench after walking off the pitch in the latest episode of his Chelsea nightmare.