A tricky trig sub integral.

Tricky for me at least:

integrate: 10x^2/sqrt(4x-x^2)

I worked it out to this:

30arcsin((x-2)/2)-5sin(2arcsin((x-2)/2))-20sqrt(4-(x-2)^2)+C

I got pretty close to the answer I know because when I asked Wolfram to differentiate this it gave me

5x^2/sqrt(4x-x^2)

Maybe I made a mistake reverting to x from theta? I was a bit confused about how to handle sin(2theta) even though I drew a diagram of the right triangle. That's why I wrote sin(arcsin...) which I'm not sure is correct? Any clarification is appreciated :)