Harrow Crown Court in London heard that Ashley Smith and his accomplice did not count on Bosnia defender Kolasinac fighting back.
Ozil then drove...
Arsenal surrendered a lead at home for the second time in a week as they drew 1-1 with Wolves in the Premier League on Saturday.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slotted home the opener after 21 minutes following good work from David Luiz and Alexandre Lacazette, before Raul Jimenez rose highest to head home a Joao Moutinho cross 15 minutes from time to crank up the pressure on Unai Emery.
Despite the late concession, the hosts looked much better from a defensive point of view than in last weekend's...
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The weekend's big questions
Will Mesut Ozil get a league game for Arsenal?
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has said the club has supported him in his decision to drop midfielder Mesut Ozil.
Ozil has been absent from Arsenal's last five matchday squads, but recently said he wants to stay at the club until at least 2021.
"Here, we have one agreed strategy as a club and as a team, because the most important thing is the club, the team and finding a performance," Emery said.
"Previously we were all speaking between us to take that decision.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has said he is always blamed when things go wrong at Arsenal, but that he will remain at the club until "at least 2021."
The former Germany international has struggled for game time this season, making just one Premier League and one Carabao Cup performance and not yet completing a full 90 minutes, but has insisted he will try to prove himself at the Emirates, rather than looking for minutes elsewhere.
"When I signed the new deal, I thought about it very carefully...