World Cup: Alexis Sanchez Scores Cracking Free-Kick As Chile Beat Venezuela 3-1 (Video)

Alan Duffy

29th, March 2017

Currently linked with a move across London to Chelsea) imagine Arsenal Fan TV if that happens), Alexis Sanchez put Arsenal’s current woes behind him to produce a fine man of the match display for Chile in their World Cup qualifier with Venezuela on Tuesday.

Sanchez opened the scoring after just five minutes, via an exquisite free-kick.

Soon after, Sanchez was in the thick of the action action, involved in a superb team move which saw Esteban Paredes score from close-range.

The game was done and dusted after just 22 minutes when Paredes headed home La Roja’s third of the night, with Sanchez involved once again.

West Brom’s Salomon Rondon did get a consolation goal for Venezuela after the break.

There was still time for Sanchez to miss a penalty late one, thus missing out on the chance to become Chile’s outright all-time top-scorer.

Still, the win sees Sanchez and co. leapfrog Argentina to go fourth in what is an incredibly competitive World Cup qualifying campaign.

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