What does that have to do with this?
I never claimed that the apostles wrote the gospels. The gospels never claimed to be written by the apostles.
Maybe Mark according to Papias in 130CE who described Mark writing a narrative of Jesus life as a scribe of Peter.
About the origins of the Gospels, Papias (as quoted by Eusebius) Quoting John the Apostle wrote:
`And this the Presbyter used to say [this is in the plural implying John the Apostle would employ this argument multiple times in defense of Mark's Gospel]: "Mark, being the recorder of Peter, wrote accurately but not in order whatever he [Peter] remembered of the things either said or done by the Lord; for he [Mark] had neither heard the Lord nor followed him, but later, as I said, Peter, who used to make teachings according to the cheias, [a special kind of anecdote] but not making as it were a systematic composition of the Lord's sayings; so that Mark did not err at all when he wrote certain things just as he had recalled [them]. For he had but one intention, not to leave out anything he had heard, nor to falsify anything in them". This is what was related by Papias about Mark. But about Matthew`s this was said: "For Matthew composed the logia [sayings] in Hebrew style; but each recorded them as he was able"`(Eusebius, Church History, Book 3, Chapter 39.15-16)
And perhaps Luke which is alleged as the best historical answer for the authorship of that particular Gospel
"Donald Guthrie, New Testament Introduction (Leicester, England: Apollos, 1990), says the traditional view is "widely held as the view which most satisfactorily explains all the data." p. 119, whereas R. E. Brown says opinion on the issue is "evenly divided" Brown, Raymond E. (1997). Introduction to the New Testament. New York: Anchor Bible. pp. 267-8."