Profiling the workhorse that’s Alexis Sanchez
November 3, 2015
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Profiling the workhorse that’s Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Alejandro Sanchez was born in Tocopilla, Chile, on 19th of December 1988, the Arsenal forward who was Arsenal’s player of the season, in the PFA team of the year and also a contender for PFA Player of the season after a sensational first season for Arsenal FC scoring 25 goals, helping his club side to win the FA cup for the second season in a row and scoring amazing goals along the way with wonder goals against the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Southampton. And thus breaking Thierry Henry’s record for having the highest number of goals scored in a player’s first season at Arsenal FC. His goals in the 2014/115 season helped turn pundits away from the fact that Arsenal doesn’t need a top 9 as long as Sanchez keeps scoring or he should just be converted to a top 9.
Alexis is a tireless worker and player with the current highest work rate and most appearances for both club and country in 2015. Making his international debut at the young age of 17, playing in two world cups so far and also helping his country – Chile to win their first ever Copa America trophy this year 2015 by beating a star-studded Argentina side after forcing the game into extra time and eventually winning on penalties in which he scored the winning penalty.
He started his career for Chilean side Cobreloa, and then loan spells with Colo Colo and River plate got the eye of Udinese scouts who signed him and then his career was swung into full action. His stats and amazing workrate gave him a well-deserved switch to Catalyan Giants FC Barcelona where he scored 47 goals and winning the UEFA Super cup, The Club World Cup, The La Liga and Copa Del Rey. He was however overshadowed by the likes of Messi, Iniesta and Xavi, and wasn’t getting the recognition he deserved which made him make a move to the EPL and ran the league rampant, arguably only being second best by a hairs breath to Chelsea’s Eden Hazard.
He kicked off his 2015/2016 season with a goal drought that had fans everywhere worried, only to regain and kick-start his goal scoring campaign with a hat trick against Leicester City, and a double against Manchester United, scoring 6 goals in 3 matches.
He is no doubt tipped to be one of the highest goal scorers again this season, with Sergio Aguero and surprisingly Vardy of Leicester city his current competitions. The sky is the limit for Alexis Sanchez, only if his very scary high work rate doesn’t affect him too much. And so far, it doesn’t look like it is, or it will ever affect him.

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