Chelsea secured Champions League football next season courtesy of two goals in first-half stoppage time against a toothless Wolves side, who themselves missed out on European football next year.

Frank Lampard’s side came into the game knowing that just a point would be enough to secure a top-four finish but a frustrating first 45 minutes appeared to leave Chelsea’s prospects firmly in the balance.

This was until Mason Mount struck home a delightful free-kick from the edge of the area after Pedro Neto had been wrongly adjudged to have fouled Marcos Alonso. Remarkably, The Blues managed to score again before the break as Olivier Giroud outmuscled Connor Coady to steer the ball into an empty net.

Wolves, knowing that Tottenham were in a position to leapfrog them into the final Europa League spot, came out and tried to force the objective but even the pace of Adama Traore did little to unnerve Chelsea’s defence.

It ended up being a comfortable afternoon for The Blues as they were even able to bid farewell to Pedro, who has agreed to join Roma at the end of his contract.

Here’s how we rated the Chelsea players after the game.