“With Alexis Sanchez’s Future At Arsenal Still Uncertain, The Chilean Continues To Impress on the International Stage ” -Newsweek

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Summary: ” It was a very high quality match and we showed we shall be able to compete with each and every other at this level and at times impose our style.” Alexis Sanchez became Chile’s all-time leading scorer with an early ultimate objective in their 1-1 draw against Germany in a clash between the top two in Group B at the Confederations Cup on Thursday. “We made a mistake, but we immediately recovered, and at the end of that were very well organised.” Lars Stindl equalised, for the world champions just prior to halftime although the game petered out in the second half as the high-octane Chileans appeared to run out of gas. Germany initially struggled to cope with the South American side’s high pressing, and quick passing game and Chile came close to a second ultimate objective when Eduardo Vargas rattled the underside of the bar with a long-range drive. But Germany equalised against the run of play four minutes prior to halftime when Stindl turned the ball home from close range at the end of Emre Can’s diagonal pass had sent Jonas Hector free on the left to fire a low cross into the middle.”

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