TalkSport The Arsenal players have always had a love for Alexis Sanchez.
Arsenal’s striker has scored more goals than any other player in the Premier League, and they are still talking about his exploits in the Champions League final.
The fact that he’s scored more than any Premier League player and been on the field for more than 300 games for Arsenal is impressive.
In fact, he’s been named Player of the Month for May, which is an achievement for a player who has been so often overlooked.
It is this incredible quality that makes him so popular with Arsenal fans.
He has become a symbol of their success, and his team-mates have always been quick to praise him for his contribution to the team.
Arsenal are a team that is more than just a number, and Sanchez is the reason why.
Why does he deserve a trophy?
The number one reason for Sanchez’s popularity is his scoring.
Arsenal have scored a total of 772 goals in the league this season, and that’s not even including the goals from his teammates.
He’s scored 472 of them in the first half of the season alone.
Even more impressive is his total of 15 assists.
There are only seven other players in the top 10 in the goalscoring charts with at least 15 assists, and it is the first time in his career that he has been named player of the month.
This has become an incredibly important stat for Sanchez.
He is not just the scorer of goals, he is also the one who gets the assists.
When Sanchez has been on top of the game, he has also created chances and created chances for other players.
Arsenal fans know that they will score a lot of goals and they will create chances for him.
That is why they celebrate with him on the pitch, they celebrate when he scores, they cheer when he assists, they applaud when he dribbles, they shout when he is in the box, and every single time he scores a goal.
He should be rewarded for this and he should be celebrated for this.
His incredible performances in the past few years have made him the most successful striker in the world.
However, it is not simply his scoring that is important.
He needs to score goals to have any chance of being able to score any goals.
It takes a lot to score, and a lot for a team to be successful.
If Arsenal could just get more goals, it would make a huge difference to their success.
This is a huge reason why Sanchez is so popular.
He doesn’t just score goals, his teammates also score goals.
His teammates score goals for him, and he scores goals for them.
This makes Sanchez so much more valuable to Arsenal.
There is no other striker in England or anywhere else that can score goals as many goals as Sanchez does.
His goals have made Arsenal a successful team, and when the goals come in, they are always there to be scored.
He was the perfect example of why he should get a trophy.
Arsenal players and fans alike should celebrate Alexis Sanchez for being such a successful player, but he is not the only one.
How does he compare to other strikers in the current league?
The top five Premier League strikers with the most goals scored are all forwards.
In the top ten, the only other striker to have scored more is Romelu Lukaku, who has scored 11 goals in just his second season in England.
There have been other players that have scored multiple goals in his first season in the Championship.
There were three strikers who scored multiple times in their first season: Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, and Yaya Toure.
Sergio Aguerre is the only striker in history to have three seasons in the Premiership, scoring 12 goals in 2014/15.
Yaya is the third-highest scoring forward in the competition this season.
The other three are all strikers, but all have scored in the last season of their contracts, so it is important to note that they are not top scorers.
When they all score, they score at the highest level.
The statistics below show the top five most prolific strikers in all of Europe’s top five leagues, and the statistics that indicate they are the best in the division.
If Sanchez were to have a similar season to Aguero’s, he would score over 2,000 goals in all competitions.
If he were to finish with the same number of goals as Aguero this season he would also score over 1,000 more goals.
However it is also important to remember that Sanchez does not get all of his goals from the top of his game.
He does not score from a position of strength.
He scores goals from position of weakness.
Sanchez’s scoring is also a function of how many chances he creates for other teammates.
The number of chances created by Sanchez in the 1st half of each league game are the highest of any Premier Leagues player this season with at most 1,200 chances created.
That means that he scores more than the next highest scorer