Arsenal hero, Martin Keown has condemned David Luiz and Bernd Leno for their roles in the club’s defeat to Wolves.
In his column in the Daily Mail, Keown stated: “At Molineux, David Luiz made a mistake, then Bernd Leno made a very costly miscalculation in the 72nd minute.
“You might be able to snatch something with 10 men, but nine crushes your chances and left Mikel Arteta on a hiding to nothing.
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“Leno took a risk by rushing out of his box — the speedy Adama Traore’s presence perhaps made him uncomfortable — and he played volleyball instead of football.
“With nine men from then on, Arsenal’s formation became 4-4-0. The job of the two banks of four was to stop Wolves from making matters worse.
“Arsenal wanted to keep it at 2-1 in the hope one chance would fall their way late on. Having said that, they could have done with going for it more in the final few minutes.
“This was a horrible night for Arteta and one of huge frustration after Arsenal’s seven-game unbeaten run in the Premier League.”