With the game goalless after just over half an hour, the Anglo-Nigerian gave Frank Lampard’s men the lead at Molineux Stadium with a breathtaking effort.
The defender raced forward from near the halfway line before curling in a right-footed strike right past Rui Patricio from 35 yards.
In a goal-laden first half, Frank Lampard’s men took a three-goal lead with unstoppable Tammy Abraham finding the net three times.
Tomori returned to Stamford Bridge after an impressive loan spell with Derby County, where he played 47 games for the Championship team last term.
He's been at Chelsea since joining the club in 2005. He spent 11 years in the club's youth set-up, before being promoted to the senior side in 2016.
Following their latest win, Chelsea are now sixth on the log with eight points. They face leaders Liverpool in their next Premier League outing.