Tammy Abraham grabbed his first Chelsea hat-track while Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount were also on target.
The Blues broke the deadlock 31 minutes on the clock in extraordinary circumstances. An attempted short-corner routine went wrong but the loose ball falls to Tomori outside the box and the centre-half curls one into the top-left corner from some distance.
4 minhtes later, the Blues made it 2-0. Tomori barreled his way down the left before feeding Mount, who was hauled to ground, but Abraham picks up the pieces, turns and fires in to double the Blues’ lead.
4 minutes to end if first half, Abraham makes it 3-0. He used his strength to shrug the defender out of the way and powers a cross into the top-left corner of the net with an emphatic header.
55 minutes on, Abraham gets his hat-trick. He takes a long ball down, stops and then beats Coady with quick feet before tucking it into the bottom-left corner across Patricio to make it 4-0 for the visitors.
But Wolves pulled one back 69 minutes on the clock. Saiss got above his man and heads it down but straight at Kepa. However, the goalkeeper’s attempted save was weak and he fumbles it off Abraham’s arm and into the corner of the net.
5 minutes to stoppage time Wolves grabbed another. Doherty smashed one at Kepa after being released down the right and Kepa could only parry into the path of Cutrone, who diverts the loose ball home for his first Wolves goal.
90′ + 6′ Mount Mason gets on the scoresheet as usual to make it 5-2 to Chelsea. He got down the left and cuts back inside Vallejo before tucking the ball inside the far corner past Patricio.
Tammy Abraham hits a hat-trick, Fiyako Tomori scores a screamer and Mason Mount strikes late as Chelsea win at Molineux, all Lampard has been dreaming of as they grab all 3 points away from home.