Arsenal just acquired for themselves one hell of a player who although is such a quiet and humble lad, but his achievements and records on paper definitely rings a bell.
Barcelona may be said to have signed Luis Suarez; the best player in the English Premier League for 2013/2014 season, who is a more flamboyant player than Sanchez, but believe me, Arsenal have in their hands; a real gem who has his way of turning events around when the chips are down and unlike the Uruguayan, he wouldn’t create problems for his club or go around biting a player whenever he’s set to make a move to the another club.
The Chilean who is not a stranger to pressure, at such an early age of 25-years, as he carried the burden of his country’s footballing expectations on his shoulder and led them to a successful campaign in the 2014 World Cup, qualifying out of the group stage but had to bow out of the competition after a penalty shootout against the hosts in the round of 16 clash, where he was among the 3 Chilean players who failed to put the ball past Julio Cesar (don’t worry, we have Arteta).
Sanchez is a record breaker! He broke a record for the most goals scored by a Chilean in a single watch, when he banged in 4 goals in the 7-0 mauling of Palermo in the Serie A clash back in 2011.
Although from a humble background, the player who still holds the record for the most expensive transfer fee paid for a Chilean footballer didn’t let the success get into his head neither did the expectations or the unfair criticisms of doubters weigh him down.
Well Real Madrid has Gareth Bale, PSG has a certain Javier Pastore in its ranks, Neymar maybe a Barcelona player but i do not care who those clubs have because i have got Sanchez.
you may be wondering why on earth would a man be comparing Sanchez to those stars but the fact remains that he saw off those players to claim the prestigious world’s most promising youngster of the 2011 season voted by the readers of FIFA.com.
This new signing matches the talent of the best in the game, if not better, but you wouldn’t hear his praises due to the lack of media darlings.
Recently he was named in the 2014 worldcup power ranking where he was ranked number 9 after a wonderful outing with chile.
With what i saw the 25-year-old display at the World Cup in Brazil,where he terrorized defences with his pace and technique, we have added yet another star to the team – an underrated one at that and i wouldn’t bat an eyelid if he appears in the Barclays team of the year and yet i’m underrating him again cause he has what it takes to exceed my expectations.