Daniel Podence’s first half strike proved decisive as Wolves took all three points from their trip to Arsenal on Sunday.
In a match marred by an injury to Raul Jimenez, Wolves took the lead through Pedro Neto after he pounced on a loose ball in the Arsenal area.
But Wolves’ lead was short-lived as summer signing Gabriel Magalhaes fired back for the Gunners just three minutes later on the half hour mark.
Podence restored Wolves’ lead moments before half time after latching onto a loose ball in the Gunners area following a save from Bernd Leno.
Here’s how our man Neil McLeman rated the performances from the Emirates.
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The white-clad German goalkeeper failed to hold Netto’s shot before second goal
The Spain right-back good going forward but often over-run at the back
David Luiz 6
Played first half with blood-stained head bandage before being replaced at the break
Unable to stop Neto’s shot on the line, Brazil defender quickly equalised with header
Scotland left-back given a torrid evening by the rampaging Traore
Neat pass to release Bellerin in second half but not in game enough
The Swiss and Ceballos combination sit too deep to help the attack
Provided cross for the made in Brazil equaliser from head of Gabriel
Used in the central role behind Aubameyang. Is he better than Mesut Ozil?
Playing in the place of the suspended Pepe, England star failed to shine
Still looking for his first Emirates goal of this season after anonymous display
Subs: Holding/Luiz, Nelson/Willian, Xhaka/Lacazette
Unused subs: Runarsson, Soares, Elneny, Nketiah
Next fixture: Europa League Thursday (H) v Rapid Vienna
Rui Patricio 6
Got nowhere near the Gabriel header but little else to do.
The £27m signing from Barcelona more restrained going forward in right-back role
The Ivory Coast defender kept a tight lease on the frustrated Aubameyang
Glad to be back in the Wolves defence after spending Southampton match in self-isolation
Brazilian left-back hit gorgeous volleyed pass to Netto in first half
Constant threat going forward but should have scored with header against bar
Controlled the pace of the game from his deep-lying midfield position
The Spanish winger’s pace and power on the break led to both Wolves goals. Booked for diving
Cool, composed finish for the second goal from the Portuguese playmaker
Neto 8 MOM
Three goals in three games for club and country – and an assist
Subbed off after sickening collision with Luiz as he headed away a corner
Subs: Fabio Silva/Raul, Neves/Podence, Kilman/Silva
Unused subs: Ruddy, Hoever, Ait-Nouri, Vitinha
Next fixture: Premier League, Sunday (A) v Liverpool
Match rating: 4/5
Referee: Michael Oliver 4/5
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