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VIDEO: Arsenal’s Sanchez Scores Pinpoint Diving Header For Chile

Arsenal frontman Alexis Sanchez’s first goal of the Copa America helped his country to a 5-0 victory over Bolivia to cement their place in the quarter-finals. Sanchez’s goal – the second of the game – was one of the standout goals from Chile’s five-star performance, which means they finish top of Group A with seven points. Bolivia also join Chile in …

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VIDEO: The Inspiring BBC Documentary On Arsenal Sensation Alexis Sanchez

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The BBC’s Football Focus recently released a fantastic and inspiring documentary based on the story of Arsenal sensation Alexis Sanchez. From Devil’s Corner To Wembley Way documents the story of Alex Sanchez who overcame severe poverty and hardship to become the sensational player he is today. Born and raised in a small town in North Chile called Tocopilla, Sanchez grew up in …

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Alexis Sanchez With Insane Dribble & Assist For Chile Last Night

There’s no rest for the wickedly good it seems with Alexis Sanchez in action during Chile’s first game of the Copa America.  The Arsenal star didn’t get on the score sheet, but easily could have had a penalty after some insane dribbling and bagged a silky smooth assist too. Here’s that tricky dribble. Was it a penalty? To be fair, it’s …

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VIDEO: Alexis Sanchez’s Top 10 Goals For Arsenal… Essentially Collection Of ThunderBast*rds

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After scoring an absolute screamer in the FA Cup final last weekend, one loyal Gunner took to YouTube to compile the Chilean’s best efforts for Arsenal.  Since joining Arsenal from Barcelona last summer, Alexis Sanchez has undoubtedly proven his quality at the Emirates. Scoring 25 goals in all competitions this season, Sanchez is now well known for his goal scoring …

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Seriously Though, Do Arsenal Even Need Theo Walcott Anymore?

With second place still up for grabs, Arsenal will need a victory over Swansea tonight. In there desperation to secure a top two finish for the first time in ten years, there has been one notable causality of consistency, Theo Walcott. _____ When Theo Walcott joined Arsenal in January 2006, Arsenal hadn’t had a top two finish since the 2004/05 …

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Pundit Arena’s Team Of The Week

After a weekend filled with FA Cup and Premier League action, here we select our best XI players from Saturday and Sunday’s games. We’ve gone with a 3-1-4-2 formation with midfielders stealing the show, for the most part, this weekend. _____ GK: Kasper Schmeichel The Leicester City stopper kept Swansea at bay, despite six shots on target, in their 2-0 win over Swansea …

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Has There Been A Weekend With More Great Goals Than This?

We’re all use to seeing fantastic goals in the Premier league. But has anyone seen a weekend with more fantastic strikes over the course of a weekend? We round-up every cracker from a phenomenal weekend.   1. Arsenal got the party started early A delicately placed finish by Bellerin set the tone for the early kick-off. A fixture that had the …

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Arsenal 4-1 Liverpool: The One-Minute Lowdown

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Arsenal were deserved victors today as they utterly outclassed Liverpool at the Emirates. Goals from Hector Bellerin, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud were the difference as the Gunners won out 4-1.  Analysis Arsenal started the brighter, although Liverpool fashioned the best early chances of the game with Raheem Sterling going close on a number of occasions. The Gunners found their …

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The Curious Case Of Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez

Favoured by Pep Guardiola once upon a time and now castaway to the sidelines, Gavin Nolan discusses what made Barcelona’s Pedro go from first team regular to bench frequenter.  The Barcelona team managed by Guardiola between 2008 and 2012 is seen by many as arguably the best team in the modern era of professional football. The mixture of their tika-taka style, …

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Palace 1-2 Arsenal: The Uncelebrated Side Of Santi Cazorla

The reality of Santi Cazorla’s talent is that the Arsenal boss could easily play him at full-back or as a forward, however it was his ability in midfield which set him apart for this writer today as Arsenal just squeezed past Crystal Palace.  Palace pressed so well in the first half it was quite surprising to see Arsenal 2-0 up after 45 minutes …

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Fantasy Football: A La Liga XI Vs A Premier League XI

It’s Friday. We are giddy at Pundit Arena HQ and we started arguing about the best league in the world. The top to bottom strength of the Premier League or the ferocious power of the top 3 in La Liga? There was only one way to settle it…. A fencing match to the death. Alan and Jose Manuel Enrique Alberta …

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Premier League: Top 5 Summer Signings

The January window is here. But who was the Premier League’s top signings of the summer? All Courtesy of Exeter City Striker Graham Cummins.   With the January transfer opened, teams will be looking to strengthen their squads in the premier league. The top sides will want to mount their final push on the title and European places, while others …

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Saints To Seek Revenge Against Arsenal

It’s less than a month since Southampton narrowly lost out to Arsenal, courtesy of a last minute-winner from Alexis Sanchez. But was the Saints’ 1-1 draw against chelsea with just ten men a sign that Southampton can hold out against the perceived ‘bigger’ sides now? Alexis Sanchez was the hero for the Gunners on the 3rd of December and the …

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Arsenal: The Rebirth Of Santi Cazorla May Save Alexis Sanchez

Santi Cazorla is back with a bang this season for Arsenal. He’s finding form at just the right time and may well save Alexis Sanchez’ season.  Arsenal’s trip to West Ham was one of the most entertaining matches of their season. A great rearguard action throughout the match, especially in the last ten minutes. Not usually a sentence you associate …

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