A great goal from Lacazette as he takes the ball inside the box and smashes it in off the far post. Full time: Wolves 0-2 Arsenal. It moves Arsenal up one place into seventh, three points behind Wolves, who are now five points adrift of Chelsea in fourth after their 3-0 win against Watford. Dani Ceballos and Sead Kolasinac almost get into a mix up in the box but are able to scramble the ball clear but Arsenal are struggling to keep possession. Wolves managed just one shot on target in this match, with that coming after just 17 seconds courtesy of Adama Traore. "There were a few moments that were good in play, the goals that we scored were really good as well. He must be dealt with earlier for Arsenal to have any success today. Lacazette then skipped over the outstretched foot of Conor Coady - which left the Wolves captain rooted to the spot - before finishing into the bottom corner for his first away goal in the Premier League since February 2019. David Luiz has been booked for fouling Traore. Jonny clips the ball in behind the Arsenal defenders and Martinez reacts extremely well to dash out and grab the loose ball. This menu is keyboard accessible. With Patricio out to meet him, the 20-year-old struck but Ruben Neves was there to send the ball looping off the line. "This team is alive and it's going to be alive when they enjoy to suffer together and if they are able to do that, good things will come up.". The game saw one of the best defences of recent times versus a poor away record, and it showed for much of the first half. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta: "I am delighted with the performance, with the shift the players put in, with the energy that we played, the fight for every single ball from the first minute to the last minute from every player that touched that grass so that's why we're demanding. Joe Willock and Hector Bellerin are now on for Bukayo Saka and Cedric Soares. It speaks to Arteta's laser focus on the pitch that he scarcely acknowledges Tierney as he comes off and instead instructs Aubameyang on how his role should change with that change. But just before the interval, we took the lead when Bukayo Saka brilliantly hooked the ball into the far corner. Fan's kit hub - win a bruised banana shirt! Highlights: Arsenal win on the road at Wolves Arsenal Digital 04 Jul 2020 It has been quite a week - and it just got better at Molineux on Saturday as we beat Wolves 2-0 to claim a big three points on the road. All the action from Molineux as Arsenal aim to extend their winning run to four matches. The Scot cross finds Saka who volleys the ball in just before half time. Man of the match: Bukayo Saka. Wolves had been unbeaten in eight Premier League games and had won all three of their matches since the restart, but a sensational volley from Saka (43) put Arsenal ahead at the end of the first half. We started pressing and really put Arsenal deep on the pitch, creating chances or a moment we could go for the draw, but we knew as the game goes by, it becomes dangerous in the counter-attack and Arsenal have good players. Arsenal could have compounded Wolves' misery even more not long after with Lacazette involved again. To open a menu item's submenu, press the space bar. Saka and Cedric have had half-openings down the right but haven't connected well enough yet. It promises to be an intriguing match-up, with both sides desperate for the same end-goal come the end of the campaign. Ainsley Maitland-Niles is on for Kieran Tierney. 75 Drayton Park Do not miss your chance to land the £250,000 jackpot for a sixth time this season on Saturday. 00:11 "In the second half, I think we started better. While the build-up was a bit scrappy, Saka's finish was marvellous and instinctive, hitting home with a thunderous volley with his first touch that gave Patricio no chance of saving. We will try to recover to go again against Leicester and try to win a game, that's all we can do. By. But Arsenal will be up against a Wolves side that are full of confidence themselves, with Nuno Espirito Santo's side having won their first three matches without conceding a goal since the restart. Granit Xhaka looks for Cedric but the ball is deflected into Eddie Nketiah's path. Adama Traore gets the ball on halfway and drives infield, skipping past Dani Ceballos before firing a shot over. A crucial victory for the Gunners is secured. There have been spells where the back three are looking for options but are forced to either recycle the ball between themselves or go back to Emi Martinez. The introduction of Bellerin seems to have been rather a spur of the moment change from Arteta, who had been readying Willock for some time before turning around and calling for the Spaniard. It's time for the drinks break. He's fired passes into Eddie Nketiah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with varied success so far. It was his first Premier League goal and a few days he should be very proud of.