Arsene Wenger reveals Alexis Sanchez doubtful for Arsenal's game with Sunderland
- Author: Regina Holmes May 16, 2017,
May 16, 2017, 9:27
"We managed to get one back and were on top for a bit but they caught us with a sucker punch and from then on we couldn't recover", said Berahino. "It was a big pressure game but the way we dealt with it was superb".
With two matches remaining, Arsenal, winners of five of their past six games, have 69 points.
For Gunners - the season might once again become a decent one if they are able to finish in top four and win the FA Cup final against the newly crowned EPL Champions Cheslea.
But where do you think Sanchez should go if he does indeed leave Arsenal this summer?
"It was a hard game but we expected that and I believed in the second half we could score the goals that we didn't in the first half because we created more space. It wasn't good enough".
We have to improve and be determined at Arsenal.
"I felt we had a hard week because we had to play Manchester United, go to Southampton and then Stoke, places where traditionally we have struggled, but it shows when confidence is high and the team is focused, it is possible".
Defender Laurent Koscielny is also doubtful due to a calf problem.
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"West Ham has done that against Tottenham [Hotspur], Stoke has done that against us". Everybody else should be available. "Oxlade-Chamberlain is still out".
"I don't understand how the managers speak for other clubs and other teams".
"It's nice and hopefully they will be there against Sunderland cheering us on".
Speaking before Arsenal's do-or-die clash with Sunderland on Tuesday night, Wenger said of potentially not making the top four: "I started the season wanting to win the [title]".
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola hit out at Arsene Wenger, telling the Arsenal boss to win more games instead of worrying about other teams.
Signs of protest calling for Arsene Wenger to be sacked as Arsenal's coach have been popping up everywhere.
Wishful thinking maybe but you do feel that an in form and happy Sanchez is exactly what the club could do with next season in order to be in the running for trophies.