Arsenal maintained their number one position in the Premier League after beating Wolves 2-1, MySportDab reports.
Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard inspired the Gunners to another victory which keep them going as they enter the December busy period.
It was another match which Mikel Arteta had a detailed plan that was well executed to make sure they claimed all the needed three points.
Full Match Report
Both teams came into the match with an agenda which was making sure they get the three points mostly for the home side going forward.
Arsenal start was key to them as they were able to arrange things together and took the lead in the 6th minutes which saw Bukayo Saka making things 1-0 between them.
Wolves were stunned and tried everything to get themselves into the match which didn’t work out as another goal was scored in the 13th minutes making things 2-0.
The second goal came from a wonderful play which saw Zinchenko being able to setup his captain Martin Odegaard who converted for the second the encounter.
The remainder of the first half saw Wolves holding back with everything on their end as they finished the 45 minutes 2-0 behind Arsenal who were formidable.
Wolverhampton Wanderers came into the second half well prepared as they wanted to make sure it was their to be taken after falling behind.
Arsenal dominated play and did more of making sure the ball possession was always on their side on more occasions.
Wolves were well organized in the second half which saw them holding play and making sure they press hard to make something that did not come.
Matheus Cunha scored for the away side in the 86th minutes which was able to make things between both teams cut down to 2-1 as they pushed on.
Arsenal did not push too much as they kept calm dominating things until the match came to an end with them claiming a 2-1 victory against Wolves.
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What an incredible goal from Saka to put Arsenal ahead of Wolves
— FansArena (@Fans_Arena4) December 2, 2023
One the best team goals you’ll ever witness pic.twitter.com/xUwTl0LC4C
— Gooner Chris (@ArsenalN7) December 2, 2023