Arsenal Gun Down Wolves at the Molineux

Arsenal once again turned up with an impressive victory on Matchday. A goal in each half ensured we claimed all three points from in our fifth away game out of a total of six involved in since our return from the COVID-19 lockdown.

We were shaken so quick in the encounter. Just in the first minute, Adama Traore tried one from the middle only to be denied by our super Emi Martinez.

It was scary and knowing the kind of side they are, even as they haven't lost any of their last three games, we needed to wake up to avoid any kind of setback.

Our goalkeeper continued to step up to the task when tried on the few occasions the hosts had the chance to do so through their prolific forward who kept running at us in the first half.

We began to gain some balance towards the end of the first half with one of our chances coming through Eddie Nketiah but Rui Patricio pushed it off.

On the verge of the break, Bukayo Saka shot one past the Portuguese goalkeeper to put Arsenal in the lead. He proved to the world that he deserves the contract extension he got few days back.

Going down at halftime meant that they needed to do more and they didn't relent as they returned with fury from the break. We held on to our lead despite that, thanks to Emi.

David Luiz arrived at the right time to block Diego Jota's attempt, then Traore chipped one that didn't go in past Martinez. It was destined for that destination - over the bar.

Like in the first half, we began to become more of a threat towards the end. It was during this period that Alexandre Lacazette who had come in as a substitute tossed one into the far corner.

Joe Willock had a shot cleared off the line and that was how the scoreline remained till the end. It was another win.Mikel Arteta will be happy about. His side is beginning to show that they can keep improving in every game.

Leicester City will be at the Emirates Stafoum to face us this coming Tuesday and after that, it will be the North-London derby on Sunday.

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