Sport Wolves battle back to win at Southampton
Arsenal 'disappointed' as FA rejects David Luiz red card appeal
The Gunners defender will now miss Saturday's game at Aston Villa through suspensionLuiz was sent off seconds before half-time at Molineux on Tuesday night following a collision with Wolves striker Willian Jose.
Wolves avenged their midweek FA Cup loss to Southampton by coming from a goal down to beat the Saints 2-1 at St Mary's in the Premier League.
The visitors' Ruben Neves converted a contested penalty that transformed Sunday's south coast clash, after Ryan Bertrand had been punished for a debatable handball.
Nelson Semedo's rasping effort struck Bertrand's hand as his back was turned attempting a block at point-blank range, but still the penalty was awarded.
Neves' fourth league goal of the season cancelled out Danny Ings' stunning first-half volley, floored the furious Saints and set Wolves en route to a first win in three matches.
Arteta: Top teams do not make mistakes like Arsenal do
No team could succeed with the number of mistakes Arsenal are making, their manager Mikel Arteta claims.The Gunners' seven match unbeaten run in the Premier League came to an end at Wolves in midweek when both David Luiz and Bernd Leno were sent off.
Pedro Neto pirouetted around Jannik Vestergaard before slotting home the winner, to condemn Saints to a sixth straight Premier League loss.
The Midlanders' win saw Wolves jump over Southampton into 12th place in the league table, with clashes against Leeds, Newcastle and Aston Villa to come.
For the second time in as many months, Southampton felled a Premier League rival in the FA Cup only to lose a quickfire return match in the top flight.
Just as Saints saw off Arsenal in the Cup only to lose to the Gunners three days later, so too here did Ralph Hasenhuttl's men end up on the receiving end of some rapid revenge following their 2-0 win at Molineux .
Hasenhuttl was particularly incensed about Wolves' penalty, launching an extended tirade at the fourth official.
The taskmaster Austrian had hoped the cup win at Wolves would prove the catalyst for a return to league form, but instead Saints' wait to put that 9-0 hammering at Manchester United fully to bed goes on.
Thomas Tuchel questions Callum Hudson-Odoi’s attitude after Chelsea’s draw at Southampton .
The Blues boss introduced a highly-rated youngster at half-time against the Saints, before then replacing him 14 minutes from the endThe England international was introduced at the interval against the Saints, with Tammy Abraham replaced after failing to meet his manager’s expectations, but saw his number called 14 minutes from time.