With Alexis Sanchez anything is possible! The Chilean international’s ridiculous work ethic puts his fellow team-mates to shame and if the former Barcelona man can keep up his fine goalscoring form then Arsenal will certainly be able to claw back some points on Chelsea.
— Steven Brown (@S_Brown_1982) November 1, 2014
I would marry Alexis Sanchez tomorrow hahaha. 3 points an a clean sheet I don't ask for anythin more than that!!!!
— Kris Masön (@KrisGoonerMason) November 1, 2014
Thank God for @Alexis_Sanchez fantastic player
— Rose (@J_Shagari) November 1, 2014
Today’s 2-0 win over Burnley now means that Arsenal are unbeaten at the Emirates for 23 games in the Premier League which is a phenomenal record. If they can continue to extend that further and continue with their recent good away form, Arsene Wenger will be confident of a title push.
— Sherif AFC (@ShSalahedin) November 1, 2014
— Cheztish (@AtishThapa17) November 1, 2014
2013-14 Home points & Total points differences almost the same Man City 52 & 86 Liverpool 49 & 84 Chelsea 48 & 82 Arsenal 44 & 79
— Orbinho (@Orbinho) November 1, 2014
The Englishman returned to the field today, 302 days since his last appearance for the Gunners and it will have no doubt brought a smile to all Arsenal fans. The prospect of Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott linking up will be whetting the appetite of Le Professeur, no doubt.
Walcott is carrying on from where he left off when we last beat Spurs 2-0. So sharp and dangerous, deserved an assist on Podolski’s shot.
— Raphael (@realph) November 1, 2014
Walcott is back! Oh yeahhhh
— YBPetra (@YBPetra) November 1, 2014
Those last 15 mins after bringing in Podolski and Walcott. Oh my god, this is what Arsenal is. Superb. 3-0! #Arsenal
— Prashant Tirthani (@Prashant_Yolo) November 1, 2014