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Sky Sports Football published this video item, entitled “Lacklustre Arsenal beaten at home by Wolves | Arsenal 1-2 Wolves | EPL Highlights” – below is their description.
Highlights from the Premier League where a lacklustre Arsenal performance saw the Gunners lose 2-1 at home to Wolves, and register no shots on target in the second half.Sky Sports Football YouTube Channel
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Highlights of English Premier League (EPL) matches, posted soon after the match is complete, by the official UK carriers, Sky Sports and BT Sport.
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