Alexis Sanchez sits with Everton fans during Arsenal clash

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Arsenal responded to their critics in style by securing a 2-0 victory against Everton at Goodison Park this afternoon.

Goals from Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi secured all three points for Arsene Wenger's side, who still hold an outside chance of securing the Premier League title this season. 

In fact, with league leaders Leicester City set to travel to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace today, the Gunners currently sit eight points behind the Foxes. 


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But fans of the north London outfit will most definitely be content after their side produced a strong performance on Merseyside. 

One man that appeared to enjoy himself against the Toffees was Chilean playmaker Alexis Sanchez. 

Classy Sanchez 

The versatile forward may well have failed to produce his best football in his second season on English soil - injuries have taken their toll on him throughout the course of the campaign - but he's still a key member of Wenger's side. 

His assist for Welbeck's opener was most definitely one of the standout moments of the match on a satisfying day for all involved. 

But the former Barcelona man also provided us with one of the funniest moments of the fixture; as you can see in the video below, the dynamic midfielder lost his footing and ended up in the midst of the Goodison Park faithful. 

Instead of swiftly exiting the crowd, Sanchez opted to take a seat...

We also found this tweet rather amusing: 

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