Arsenal and Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez has been getting into the Halloween spirit after he was envisioned brandishing a thuggish veil for a fright night party.
Sanchez, who has persevered through a tricky start of the season as bits of gossip keep on circulating around his supposed inevitable departure from the Emirates, set aside the speculation and took time to enjoy Halloween wearing what resembles a robe, joined by a thuggish’s veil.
An odd choice of an outfit by the Chile international, but he certainly fitted the topic for a spooky Halloween evening.
Sanchez however, has welcomed different factors as the source for some of their victories this season, specifically new bully-man Sead Kolasinac.
Kolasinac, as of late depicted as ‘a brick wall’ by BBC’s Garth Crooks, arrived at the Emirates Stadium in the summer transfer window from Schalke as a free agent and has featured in almost Arsenal’s 10 Premier League games, scoring in the last game against Swansea.
Sanchez speaking Arsenal TV, Sanchez highlighted the Bosnian’s hunger for success and ruthless determination both in training and on match-days
‘It’s tough ( against him in training) because he’s strong and he’s hard to get around!’ Alexis told Arsenal Player.
‘He’s a very experienced player and he’s really strong. When it matters (in games), he finds me and makes good passes so I can score. He is an intelligent player who can create good goalscoring opportunities.
Sanchez feels he has little to prove after dominant displays in his early Gunners career.
‘He’s already demonstrated his quality. He’s scored goals, provided assists and shown what he can do both in European and league games.’