The match kicked off by 7:00pm on Tuesday and Arsenal dominated early on and on the 9th minute they had a goal cancelled after Video Assistant Referee (VAR) found Alexandre Lacazette to be offside.
The Gunners eventually scored through Pepe but all their good work was undone right at the end of the first half when David Luiz got sent off after conceding a penalty.
The second half started with Arsenal on the back foot and soon enough Wolves took the lead through a shot by Moutinho.
Arsenal were trying hard to get back into game despite being one man down. However, it became even harder when the referee sent off the goalkeeper, Reno, for stopping a goal scoring opportunity by handling the ball outside the penalty box.
The game ended 2-1 with Arsenal remaining 10th in the league table after missing the opportunity to overtake Chelsea and Tottenham to go upto 6th.
In reaction to the match result and all that happened in the game, the popular Nigerian pastor, Apostle Suleman, said: "Premier League has an agenda against Arsenal, this is robbery."
Speaking further he added that Luiz and Willian are Chelsea agents.
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