Arsene Wenger has played down that Alexis Sanchez could quit the club after he was seen angrily leaving the field after their 3-3 draw against Bournemouth. Arsenal fought back from 3 goals down to draw the match 3-3 with a late goal from Olivier Giroud.
Sanchez had reacted very angrily by throwing his gloves to the field. He went straight to the dressing room and remained silent and didn’t utter a word to his fellow players.
Sanchez ‘s behaviour has created speculations over his future. The Chilean is yet to sign a new contract and has been linked with a number of clubs. He had also clashed with Aaron Ramsey after the Welsh man lost the possession of the ball.
Wenger said, “Well, what is surprising there? You want to win the games and when you don’t win, you are unhappy – it is normal.”
“Of course [you want to see passion]. Without passion, you do not come back after 70 minutes from three goals down in the Premier League.
“First of all it [the comeback] is exceptional, it doesn’t often happen in the Premier League and you need a special response, which is what happened.
“We wanted to win the game, and we didn’t do that so we are all frustrated. Of course [he is fine].”