Asked About Situation Update Sanchez, Here’s Answers Wenger
Alexis Sanchez missed Arsenal’s season opener in the Premier League. He reportedly suffered a stomach injury that forced him to not take part in his team’s 4-3 victory over Leicester City on Saturday (08/12/2017) early morning hrs Agen Judi Bola.
28-year-old player was watching from the stands when Olivier Giroud header to ensure the three points of the Gunners. Rumors continue to grow that Sanchez will leave before the transfer window this summer ends, but once again Arsene Wenger brushed it off.
When asked if there was an update on Sanchez’s situation, Wenger replied: “No, he is training well today, this morning. Underwent a good session for the first time because he had a slight muscle tension. He’s focused and happy in the dressing room because we won the game. ”
Although Arsenal have won the game, they have been under pressure by The Foxes, who led twice in a frenzied match at the Emirates Stadium.
Alexandre Lacazette marked his debut in the Premier League by scoring in the opening minutes, but Shinji Okazaki scored for Leicester City three minutes later.
Jamie Vardy then scored twice to give Leicester City a chance to clinch their first league win over Arsenal since 1983. But that’s not to be because substitutes Aaron Ramsey and Giroud scored late to seal an incredible three points for Wenger’s team.
Arsenal are able to pass through obstacles
Now the French manager is happy with the difficulty his team won the victory to remind them how difficult it is to compete in the Premier League.
“It’s a relief and I believe it can also be a reminder to players that they have obstacles and they also have the ability to get through it, like tonight,” he continued.
“After that, we will have one game at a time. Facing Stoke City, then Liverpool, who is also one of the teams who want to win the Premier League. A win like this will only strengthen us and overall we have good ammunition in the squad. We will also have a good chance to show our strength in the away game, “Wenger concluded. (Source: ESPN)