Arsenal vs Wolves: Five things we learned as Unai Emery’s side labour to draw

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1. Aubameyang rescues Arsenal momentarily

Arsenal emerged for the first half like a wounded animal, except one with little fight remaining after a torrid week. Unai Emery’s side sat back and absorbed pressure on home territory as Ruben Neves almost launched a signature pot-shot into the top corner. But, once again, it was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who hauled his side from a threatening abyss, combining with Alexandre Lacazette and guiding a left-footed shot into the top corner for his ninth goal of the season.

Wearing the captain’s armband in place of the absent Granit Xhaka, Aubameyang has become so pivotal to Arsenal’s rescue missions, offering those single moments of incision in a side that can otherwise often feel so toothless. But today, relying on him alone wasn’t enough, as points and top-four prospects fell further down that well and Arsenal were left with even more wounds to lick.

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