by Nia Griffiths

After Chile won the Copa America against Argentina, Alexis Sanchez spoke on Twitter about how good success tastes – at least that’s what I think he’s trying to say!

The 26-year-old, who scored the winning penalty for his national team, said:

This – roughly – translates as: “Success tastes like a lot of work, it is delicious to the palate of who work harmful to their future and losing right of their time.”

How poetic.

I’m no expert but I believe he’s essentially saying that success take a lot of work, but it’s worth it.

Alexis’ hunger for success isn’t exactly a new development. The forward impressed last season with his drive and urge to push forward in order to help the team. It’s part of the reason Arsenal fans took to him so easily, just like he took to the Premier League.

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