Arsenal fans endured a rather miserable trip to Molineux on Wednesday evening, and the Wolves fans seemed keen to add insult to injury.
The Gunners’ away form remains their Achilles heel in their challenge for a top-four finish in the Premier League after they were put to the sword by Wolves.
A draw would have been good enough for the Unai Emery’s side to go above London rivals Chelsea and take the last Champions League qualification place, but first-half goals from Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota set Wolves on their way to a 3-1 win.
Although they scored a late consolation through Sokratis Papastathopoulos, it is still just six wins on the road this season.
And the home supporters made sure to rub salt into the wounds by unleashing a chant which will haunt Arsenal fans.
As the result became more and more emphatic, Wolves supporters began to sing ‘You’re just a s*** club in Tottenham‘.
Goalscorer Sokratis accepts Arsenal must win their remaining three Premier League matches to give themselves a chance of finishing in the top four – but he believes they can do it.
Arsenal have away games at Leicester and Burnley left to play, either side of facing Brighton at the Emirates Stadium.
Sokratis, who headed home in the loss at Molineux, thinks taking the maximum nine points from those fixtures is within the Gunners’ capabilities.
“We have to look at the next three games where we need to win all three to get nine points,” he told the club’s official website.
“We’ll see if we can be in the top four. I trust my team 100 per cent, all of the players. I think we can do it.
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“We know that we didn’t play well but we now have three chances and we have to win all the games.
“Of course (we get angry). The players want to play in the Champions League, we like winning and we want to be there. It’s not easy.
“We look towards the next game (at Leicester). It’s a difficult game. We know that now the chance could go, so we have to take the three points in all three games. I hope that we win on Sunday.”