ARSENAL will go into the World Cup top of the Premier League table.
Martin Odegaard scored twice as Arsenal beat Wolves 2-0Credit: Getty
And Gunners fans will be celebrating long into the night after a hard-fought victory at Molineux.
But who was Arsenal’s best player on the night?
And did anyone have a game to forget?
Here, SunSport’s Anthony Chapman delivers his Arsenal player ratings…
AARON RAMSDALE – 8
Solid and dependable between the sticks, as he has always been this season.
In another life would be England’s No1 at the World Cup
BEN WHITE – 8
Showed why he’s on plane to Qatar with confident showing.
Cool on the ball but never afraid to show a bit of muscle.
WILLIAM SALIBA – 7
Arsenal’s defensive general radiated calm through the back line.
Had one or two moments against Wolves’ pacey attack but held his ground well.
GABRIEL MAGALHAES – 7
A shock snub from Brazil’s squad but showed no signs he was upset.
Passing was tidy and never looked in danger of leaking a goal.
OLEKSANDR ZINCHENKO – 8
Already back to his best after a lengthy injury spell.
He looks the real deal in a title-challenging side and makes his side tick.
Oleksandr Zinchenko also enjoyed a great game for the GunnersCredit: Reuters
THOMAS PARTEY – 7
Imperious presence in the heart of the field.
Helped team dominate proceedings with no-nonsense style.
GRANIT XHAKA – N/A
Midfield ace lasted just 16 minutes after THROWING UP on the field.
Was replaced by Fabio Vieira.
BUKAYO SAKA – 7
Wing wizard continues to provide spark in final third.
Here, there and everywhere as his speed caught Wolves off-guard several times.
Gabriel Jesus was in fine form despite not scoring againCredit: PA
MARTIN ODEGAARD – 9
Man of the match as he pulled strings all over the place.
Was rewarded for effortless performance with two great goals.
GABRIEL MARTINELLI – 7
Brimming with confident after getting the nod for Tite’s Samba boys.
Continuing to grow into trickster role and will make life tough for Emile Smith Rowe when Englishman is fit again.
GABRIEL JESUS – 8
Might not be scoring but he’s doing everything else and more required of a modern-day striker.
One of the best buys in Premier League history if he carries on like this after the World Cup.
Fabio Vieira (for Xhaka, 16’) – 8
Summoned off the bench early on after Granit Xhaka was sick.
Took his chance eagerly with fine display of dribbling and passing.