Alexis Sánchez

Alexis Sánchez nuevo embajador de Elige Vivir Sano

Chilean international forward who was handed his debut in the national side in 2006. He was given his first team debut in 2005 by Cobreloa before moving to Udinese in 2006. He spent five years at the Serie A club and in the meantime had two loan spells in South America at Colo-Colo and River Plate and moved to Barcelona in 2011. During his career he has won the league in Chile, Argentina and Spain, as well as winning the Copa Del Rey.


Alexis Sánchez the substitute symbolises Arsenal’s decade of sorry stagnation

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez

The same again, but this time with more angst. Arsenal lost again away from home to a top-six side and again looked flat and brittle. The difference this season is that there are six sides with genuine hopes of taking the four Champions League qualification berths and, worse, that the future of Arsenal’s two most expensive signings, the players on whose presence fans have built their dreams of progress, looks increasingly uncertain.

Alexis Sánchez hands Arsenal and Arsène Wenger relief against Hull

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez sustains an injury

It was the break that Arsène Wenger and Arsenal needed. Alexis Sánchez’s opening goal was the result of a clear handball, which went unnoticed by the referee, Mark Clattenburg, and his assistants, and it helped to earn the win for his team and end the two-game losing streak that had led to the latest outbreak of angst in these parts.