The Gunners are destroying their own hopes of qualifying into the Champions League next season. The Gunners are now in fifth position behind Chelsea. A win against Wolves would have given them a huge boost in the top four race. However, they have missed a huge opportunity here. Wolves have beaten the Gunners by a margin of 3-1. Here are the talking points for the match between Wolves and the Gunners :

1. Three goals in the first half for Wolves

Wolves have taken control of the match from the very beginning of the match. Ruben Neves scored first goal of the match for the home side in the 28th minute. Matt Doherty doubled the lead for the home side just a few minutes later.  The ball was provided by Jonny Castro in case of this goal. Diogo Jota scored the third goal for Wolves and sealed the win for the home side.

2. The Defense Of The Gunners Awful Again

For the second time in the gap of three days, the Gunners have conceded three goals in a match. However, the Gunners were able to keep a clean sheet in the two legs against Napoli in the Europa League a few days back. Now it will be the job of their manager Unai Emery to regroup the players. The confidence level of the defenders is surely low at this moment of the match. So, they need some confidence boost for the rest of the season.

3. Wolves’ Golden Run Against the Top Six Continues 

Wolves’ golden run against the top six sides in the Premier League continued. They remain unbeaten in matches against the top six sides in the Premier League this season. Wolves are currently situated in seventh position in the League Table with 51 points from 35 matches so far. However, Wolves should have done much better in the matches against the lower table sides. If they would have performed with the same intensity against the lower table sides, they would have been in a much better position than this one. However, Wolves can still go into the qualifying round of the Europa League next season if they can finish in seventh position in the League Table next season.

4. The Top Four Battle Is On 

The top four race in the Premier League is still on and any team can finish in third and fourth position as of now. Tottenham Hotspur are now situated at the third position in the League Table, with 70 points from 35 matches so far. Chelsea are situated in fourth position in the League with 67 points in 35 matches. The Gunners are currently in fourth position and have collected 66 points in 35 matches so far. Manchester United have collected 64 points in 35 matches so far and they are in sixth position in the League Table. So, the top four battle is increasing day by day. Chelsea will face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday and the result of the match is going to be vital for the top four race, without a doubt.