What Hector Bellerin shouted at Arsenal fans after Alexis Sanchez's goal

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After Kevin de Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus suffered serious-looking injuries for Manchester City against Crystal Palace on New Years’ Eve, you couldn’t blame Arsenal fans for fearing the worst.

Even before those injuries, City were being heavily linked with Alexis Sanchez once again.

The Chilean’s contract expires at the end of the season and Arsenal could be tempted to take the last opportunity to cash in on their star player before losing him on a free transfer.

So Arsenal supporters were watching their clash against West Brom at the Hawthorns knowing that it could well be the last time they see Sanchez playing for them.

However, if Guardiola was watching Arsenal’s match against the Baggies, he wouldn’t have been too impressed with Sanchez’s performance.

However, he almost made the difference with just a minutes left.

Sanchez won a free-kick on the edge of the box and his effort snuck through the wall and into the back of the net.

Now, a lot was made of Arsenal's celebrations against Crystal Palace with Thierry Henry claiming that they didn't all celebrate together.


But Hector Bellerin made sure that wasn't the case against West Brom. He could be seen shouting 'All together' after Sanchez's goal.


It was something that plenty of football fans noticed. Check out the reaction on Twitter:

Whether that was Sanchez's last goal for Arsenal remains to be seen...

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