And there it goes… Arsenal’s hopes of finishing fourth. Unai Emery’s men are now a point behind 4th-placed Chelsea, with trips to Leicester and Burnley still on their watch.

Defeat against Wolves handed them a huge blow as Chelsea salvaged a point against Burnley, but luckily, Man City got the much important win against Man United, which keeps Ole’s men three points behind 4th place.

Though it was a decent performance, Arsenal’s major mistake in this game was a lack of movement. As Aubameyang wasn’t a part of the squad due to picking up a sinus infection, the forwards made no runs whatsoever, and Arsenal’s midfielders were reluctant to play air balls. Wolves, on the other hand, capitalised on every mistake by Arsenal, and their counter-attacks were immense. Arsenal was lucky to concede only three last night.

With 11 attempts, the London side only managed one shot on target, compared to Wolves’ three. The difference is, Wolves took their chances but Arsenal did not. They created nearly 11 chances, but there was no end product, which takes me to my first conclusion.