What else is there left to say about Alexis Sanchez that hasn’t already been said?

The Chilean was, once again, out of this world against Chelsea during Arsenal’s 2-1 FA Cup final win.

Not only did he score the first (dubious) goal but continued to threaten throughout.

The forward was a driving force behind the Gunners’ attack.

Alexis was WhoScored‘s second highest rated Arsenal player (7.6). He had four shots, one of which was on target, obviously, and had two blocked.

He had a pass completion rate of 82%, which is higher than his league average, and although he was dispossessed eight times, this was only because, like Mesut Ozil, he was involved in everything.

The 28-year-old has now scored the most goals for Arsenal at Wembley (5), and is the first Gunner to score over 30 goals across all competitions in one season since Robin van Persie’s final campaign with the club.

This was also the fifth consecutive game he’s scored in.

If he is leaving this summer, I guess he’s left on a high.

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