Portuguese-led training won 3-1 in the reception of the Gunners achieving a result that allows him to ascend to seventh.
After the weekend, Everton finished in the mouths of the World for a 4-0 out of Manchester United, this Wednesday, the day before April 25, on his majestic lands, it was the turn of another Portuguese to shine.
Nuno Espirito Santo and his Ligue 1 side Wolverhampton beat Arsenal in a game late on Day 31 of the Premier League.
With three goals in the first half, two of the Portuguese signing, Wolves left the Unai Emery Gunners completely numb.
First, Rúben Neves, to the law of the pump, and then, Jota, at the speed of light, made the goals, with the collaboration of Doherty, to the 2-0, of the equipment of the house.
In a visitors’ match, the ‘honour’ goal came in 80 minutes, with Sokratis, Xhaka’s pass, to make it 3-1.
With this result, the NES-led lineup has 51 points, seventh place and stuck to the big six in their Premier League season.