Defensive frailties once again cost Arsenal as they finish all square with Wolves
This game had a certain pattern about it, Wolves started each half off with the majority of possession before Arsenal then took over. However, it was in a spell where Arsenal was looking the more dangerous that they conceded the equalising goal.
It was the same old story, defensive frailties, aided and abetted by the midfield. Dani Ceballos lost his man who then did a simple cross into the area and both Sokratis and Chambers ended up flapping like birds in a magnetic vortex.
It has to be said that it was not such a bad performance from Arsenal, Ozil played well, Tierney just gets better, Saka was exciting when he came on and Pepe was not missed.
Aubameyang and Lacazette were on their game early on and Guendouzi and Torreira were alert in the centre of the park.
But while Arsenal only led by one goal you always felt Wolves would edge their way back into the game and they did.
It was a frustrating afternoon but not one that would make you too angry.
Yes, Arsenal should have won and there is still something missing but the performance had more energy and creativity than we have seen in a while.
But the bottom line is that dropping points at home to teams like Wolves is not good enough and questions will continue to be asked of Unai Emery.
Boos rang out at the end and that in itself spells trouble ahead. The after-match post mortem will not be kind on the manager I fear.