Arsenal had defender David Luiz and goalkeeper Bernd Leno sent off either side of a stunning 30-meter strike by Joao Moutinho that sealed a 2-1 win for Wolverhampton in an action-packed Premier League game on Tuesday.
Leading 1-0 thanks to Nicolas Pepe's 32nd-minute goal, Arsenal started its implosion when Luiz was given a straight red card for pulling back Willian Jos as the Wolves striker burst into the penalty area. Ruben Neves converted into the top corner from the spot in the fifth minute of first-half stoppage time.
Another Portugal center midfielder, Moutinho, gave Wolves the lead when he collected the ball in a central position, took a touch, and smashed a rising drive in off the post in the 49th.
And Arsenals evening got worse in the 72nd as Leno came out of his area to clear the ball away, but misjudged its flight and ended up bundling it into touch with his right arm. The German goalkeeper got a red card for denying a goal-scoring opportunity, with Adama Traore having been attempting to latch onto the ball.
Wolves wasnt able to take further advantage of its numerical superiority but eased to a win that ended Arsenals seven-match unbeaten run in the league, which had lifted Mikel Arteta's team back in sight of the European positions.
It was Wolves’ first win in nine league games, since beating Chelsea 2-1 on Dec. 15.