The Gunners outclassed their hosts to win 4-0 and move to within striking distance of Manchester City – who visit the Emirates Stadium next weekend – but a late injury to Bukayo Saka will worry Arteta.
The Premier League produced a handful of dramatic results on Saturday with two of the previously unbeaten teams Liverpool and Manchester City finally caving in seven games into the new season.
At the Molineux, City were widely tipped to extend their winning run but instead, it was Wolverhampton that stunned the champions to pull off a shock 2-1 win
They were aiming to win their first seven Premier League games for the first time but instead were beaten by a combative and fired-up Wolves.
It was also a bad day at the office for Manchester United as their worrying start to the season got even worse as they suffered a second successive Premier League defeat at Old Trafford, going down 1-0 to Crystal Palace.
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