Wolfsburg beat Real Madrid 2-0 at the Volkswagen arena on Wednesday in the first leg of the quarter-final of the UEFA Champions League.
Wolfsburg took the lead via a controversial penalty call by the referee which was converted by full back Ricardo Rodriguez.
Marcelo failed to close in on Henrique who sent one across to Arnold who beat Ramos to the ball before tapping home.
In the other game on Wednesday, Man City held a marauding PSG to a 2-2 drawn game at the Parc de Princes in France.
Man City scored first in the 38 minute through Kevin Bruyne when he slotted home nicely after a Matuidi howler.
Ibrahimovic made it 1-1 finally after a clearance bounces off him and into the net before Rabiot restored the home side’s lead at 2-1 in the 59 minute.
Fernandino was on hand to score another rebound for Man City which ended the game at 2-2.