Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium
the gunners fell to their third consecutive home defeat despite a goal from Gabriel Magalhaes in the
first half. Wolves move up the table while Arsenal are stuck in 14th place, with 13 points from 10 matches.
Arsenal hosted Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, just days before they are set to
welcome 2,000 fans for Thursday’s UEFA Europa League (UEL) clash against Rapid Vienna.
The game was quickly brought to a halt after players from both teams suffered head injuries. The gravity of the
collision led to a 10-minute delay in the game, and Raul Jimenez was sent straight to the hospital for treatment.
After the action resumed, Pedro Neto broke the deadlock in the 27th minute before Gabriel Magalhaes equalized
three minutes later from a header. Wolves then regained their lead in the 42nd minute, thanks to Daniel
Although Arsenal enjoyed a greater amount of possession throughout the 90 minutes, their shots on target paled
in comparison to Wolves.
The Gunners have now lost three consecutive home matches while Wolves go up to 6th in the English Premier
League table standings.