Arsenal fans react on Twitter to Sanchez display v Ludogorets
By Dominic Toner
Alexis Sanchez continued his recent goal scoring form against Ludogorets – and the Arsenal supporters were full of praise for the attacker on Twitter.
The Gunners completed a 6-0 victory against the Bulgarian side on Wednesday night in the Champions League group stage match.
Sanchez, 27, opened the scoring in phenomenal fashion as he successfully lobbed the goalkeeper inside the box.
England international Theo Walcott doubled the Gunners’ advantage before half-time with a curled effort from outside the box.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and a fantastic Mesut Ozil hat-trick in the second-half meant that Arsenal cruised to three European points.
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Sanchez has been in stunning form this season and scored six goals in just 11 appearances across all competitions.
Arsenal supporters voiced their admiration of the attacker and believe he is a huge asset to the team.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— afcgif (@afcgif) October 19, 2016
I swear Sanchez never rests. Hard work and talent is unreal.
— AFC Marco (@marco_gooner) October 19, 2016
So glad Wenger never bought a top class striker, Sanchez is what we need and what we want up top! Different class the boy! ????⚪️#afc
— Scotty Mo (@milkbagmorrison) October 19, 2016
Can't wrap my head around how good of a player Sanchez is….actually…
— segar ™ (@Sgr_Afc) October 19, 2016
Sanchez finally pulls one of those chips off! What a finish ???? 1-0 #afc
— AFCJAS (@jasdgooner) October 19, 2016
— Drew (@rdrew86) October 19, 2016
Alexis Sanchez is something else, absolutely fantastic goal ????
— Tappz_AFC (@tappzmaramba) October 19, 2016
Alexis Sanchez is simply different class. Lovely goal.
— Gareth (@AFCGareth) October 19, 2016
Sanchez has become a fan favourite at the club since he moved to the Emirates in 2014 from Barcelona.
He has now made 104 appearances for Arsenal and scored an impressive 48 goals.
In other Arsenal team news, a report details that their first teamer is in line to make his comeback against Middlesbrough.