Alexis Sanchez had an indignant sell with Arsenal team-mates after withdrawal training mid-session in a rave to Saturday’s better during Liverpool.
The Chilean forward, 28, was confronted by team-mates on their lapse to a changing room and one of them had to be hold behind as tempers flared.
Sanchez was left out of a starting choice during Anfield though came on in a second half as Arsenal mislaid 3-1.
Arsenal trainer Arsene Wenger pronounced it was a tactical preference to replace Sanchez.
Wenger brought on his tip scorer during half-time, with his side 2-0 down, and he supposing a pass for Danny Welbeck’s goal.
He has been directly concerned in 26 goals in his 26 joining games this season, scoring 17 and aiding nine.
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However, Wenger pronounced he had motionless to start Welbeck and Oliver Giroud instead to yield a some-more approach aggressive threat.
The better was a Gunners’ third in 4 joining games and saw them dump out of a tip four.
Former Premier League goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer on BBC Match of a Day 2 Extra:
“I consider Alexis Sanchez, and a series of players, are watchful to see what Wenger does. If Wenger stays on, we consider we’ll see a vast turnover of players entrance in and players leaving.
“If he leaves afterwards it depends who comes in and replaces him, what his ideas are, and that will establish either players like Sanchez and (Mesut) Ozil re-sign.”