Chelsea captain, Cesar Azpilicueta, has regretted that they could not give new owner, Todd Boehly his first win after the Blues drew 2-2 with Wolves on Saturday.
The new owner, Boehly, watched on in horror as he saw Thomas Tuchel’s side blow a two-goal lead as the race for Champions League qualification took another twist.
The American business tycoon’s consortium had agreed terms to buy the Premier League giants from Roman Abramovich in a £4.25billion deal.
Boehly, who watched from the stands, looked aghast when the referee ruled Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s goal offside.
Wolves scored twice in the final 11 minutes with Conor Coady heading home a stoppage time equaliser for the visitors.
Boehly was caught putting his head in hands as a reaction to the disappointing performance
Speaking at a post-match press conference, Azpilicueta said, “Of course we are disappointed not to get the first win for him. It is out of our hands so not worth wasting energy on that.”