Wolves humiliated & hammered Arsenal 2-1 to complete their first Premier league double & seal 3 vital points. Wolves had earlier in October last year demolished Arsenal 2-1 at Emirates Stadium in their first leg meeting before Arsenal discipline coated them hugely today. Arsenal were reduced to 9 men in the field after David Luiz & Leno picked up straight red cards to gift numerical advantage to the hosts. Wolves goals were scored by Reuben Neves (penalty) & Joe Mourinho who scored a stunner from 30 yards as Arsenal consolation goal was scored by Nicolas Pepe. Following the 2-1 victory Wolves climbed up to 13th with 26 points while Arsenal remained 10th with 31 points after 22 fixtures played.
Sheffield United bounced back to winning ways after edging relegation rivals Westbrom 2-1 at Bramall Lane 3 days after losing 1-0 to league leaders Manchester City. Westbrom opened the scoring through Phillips in the 41stcMinute due to Ramsdale Goalkeeping errors, which forced 1-0 lead at the break. The Blades came back inspired & were able to equalize just 8 minutes after resumption of second half through Bogle while Sharp stunning winner in the 73rd minute to seal all the 3 points for hosts. Following their 2-1 win, Sheffield United now have 11 points in position 20; only 1 point below 19th placed Westbrom.
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