Injury has always been customary in the game of Arsenal and that leads to setback for the team, and it now looks as though that is set to occur, once more, this season.
The Chilean international net a sublime first-half goal before he was substitute in the second half of the game against the Bulgarian champions on Wednesday.
At the second half of the game Arsenal Boss made a substitution with tension of the players injury he could have gone through and that was a great idea made by the Arsene Wenger.
Speaking at his post-match news conference on Wednesday night, Wenger said: “I just wanted to give him a breather. He looks alright physically.”
Sanchez was seen holding his ankle when he was substituted, so the news of his substitution being a precautionary measure is a soothing relief.
Arsenal are in second position of the English Premiere League table having played seven matches unbeaten, and we have the chance of reaching the summit if Sanchez remains fit.