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Wolverhampton Wanderers lash Arsenal at Molineux Stadium

Arsenal lost more ground in the race for a top-four place after suffering a 3-1 defeat by Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux Stadium. Wolves started slowly…

Arsenal lost more ground in the race for a top-four place after suffering a 3-1 defeat by Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux Stadium.

Wolves started slowly but took the lead on 28 minutes when Ruben Neves struck a free-kick past Bernd Leno.

Matt Doherty headed in a second nine minutes later before Diogo Jota made it 3-0 in first-half stoppage time, finishing past Leno after racing through the Arsenal defence.

Sokratis pulled a goal back for the visitors with a header from Granit Xhaka’s cross with 10 minutes remaining.

But their second defeat in four days means Arsenal remain in fifth with 66 points, a point and a place behind Chelsea.

Wolves’ first victory in three PL matches lifts them to seventh with 51 points.

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