Alexis Sanchez scores brilliant goal against West Brom

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Alexis Sanchez put Arsenal 1-0 ahead against West Brom with a brilliant turn and shot.

The Chile international netted his 11th Premier League goal of the campaign after spinning away from Alexis Sanchez and slamming the ball past Ben Foster from 20 yards.

It was the perfect start for Arsene Wenger’s side, who will climb back above Manchester City into third place if they can secure all three points from tonight’s match. (Scroll down this page to watch Alexis’s goal).


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This was Alexis’s fourth consecutive Premier League goal - and his fifth in his last six league appearances.

While it’s unlikely that he will equal last season’s tally of 16 Premier League goals, there’s now a chance he’ll go close in the final four matches of the campaign.

Video: Alexis' goal v West Brom

UPDATE: Sanchez scores again

Nice free-kick from the Chilean...

Will Alexis stay at Arsenal?

Arsenal, with a fit and firing Sanchez, are a formidable outfit - but there is concern at the Emirates Stadium that the former Barcelona star might not put pen to paper on a contract extension.

According to a report in The Times earlier this week, the Gunners are facing a fight to keep Alexis and Mesut Ozil at the club after contract talks with the pair were called off until the summer.

How long will Alexis Sanchez stay at Arsenal for? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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