Wolverhampton Wanderers can in many ways consider themselves unlucky to have not taken all three points from Arsenal in our final Premier League before the November international break causes another lull in real football.
Sunday’s action at the Emirates Stadium saw Ivan Cavaleiro give us the lead in the 13th minute, but being unable to add a second with our known clinical issues up top, what would’ve been a deserved victory given our chances and the way we limited the hosts’ efforts, a late Henrikh Mkhitaryan leveller saw us travel home with only a point.
There was disappointment obviously, but also plenty of pride as we got back to our best after a dip in form given recent results, but even then we could’ve probably taken a couple of more points given our efforts.
One man who came in for great praise following the full-time whistle was Conor Coady as the 25-year-old was again impressive in his defensive duties.
Hope Mr. Southgate is at the Emirates today as watching Coady put Lacazette and Aubameyang in his pocket #wwfc
— Wolves Fancast (@WWFCFancast) November 11, 2018
Clear as day. Whatever happens that first half we were superb. How the hell is Conor Coady not in the England squad? Seriously. Hope we can hold on, fear an onslaught
— Paul Goodman (@MrPauloGoodman) November 11, 2018
As a wolves fan I’m gutted but very proud of Nuno and the team…. and still Conor Coady can’t get picked for England ????????????????????
— alison owen (@alisonangelx) November 11, 2018
Connor coady.should be looked at by England now surely
— Ian johnson (@Ianjohnson1970) November 11, 2018
Nothing against Lewis Dunk but I am not quite sure how he is ahead of Conor Coady in the pecking order for England.
— Rob Brown (@bobby_1982) November 11, 2018
How Michael Keane‘s in the England squad ahead of Coady baffles me
— Josh (@_JoshHayes_) November 11, 2018
Fair to say, a number of fans pointed out that flat back four vs a three system would prove to be problematic.