Arsenal collapsed at Wolverhampton
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Arsenal collapsed at Wolverhampton

Goalkeeper Bernd Leno (left) made a mistake in the second goal.

Goals: Neves 28′, Doherty 37′, Jota 45′ – Sokratis 80′

Wolverhampton deserves the title `Killer of the big guys` in the Premier League this season.

Arsenal can only blame themselves, as two of the three goals conceded came from individual mistakes.

Arsenal collapsed at Wolverhampton

Dangerous ball from Neves’s free kick.

Arsenal entered the game and dominated the field, at times controlling the ball up to 83% but had to watch free kick expert Ruben Neves open the score for the hosts in the 28th minute. Wolves were given a direct free kick at a distance of only about 20 meters with an angle.

The goal turned the game around, when Wolves continuously scored thanks to their excited spirit and reasonable playing style.

The home team did not have to wait long for the second goal, from a fixed ball.

Arsenal’s nightmare did not end when Diogo Jota scored a solo goal just before the first half ended.

Leading by three goals, Wolves completely ceded the game to Arsenal.

Arsenal collapsed at Wolverhampton

Lacazette (right) did not receive much support from his teammates in this match.

Arsenal diligently found a way into Rui Patricio’s goal and created several opportunities in the second half of the second half.

The victory helped Wolves move to seventh place in the Premier League with 51 points.

Arsenal collapsed at Wolverhampton

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