Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is disappointed at the way his lost to Wolves.
The Gunners were leading by 1-0 up and in control of the game before David Luiz conceded a penalty and saw a red card.
Wolves got the equalizer from the spot, went on to score what would be the winning goal, and managed to held on for all three points.
Arsenal then went down to nine men, with shotstopper Bernd Leno getting a marching order as well.
“I think with the way we played in the first half, we should have been three or four goals up,” Arteta told Arsenal Media.
“We really dominated the game, we created some big chances that we could not score. We hit the post, hit the bar, some big saves. Then the turning point was when David got sent off. It was 1-0 just before half-time, we go to 10 men, concede a goal and then it’s a mountain to climb.”
“I told them that I’m so proud of them because of the way they reacted in the second half, the way they tried to come out and still tried to win the game, it was magnificent,” he added.
“At half-time they were all really animated and encouraging each other to rebuild as a team and try to still win it. Even with nine players, the way they tried was incredible.”