Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez has hit back at his critics after Chile were beaten 1-0 by Bolivia that seriously jeopardises their chances of qualifying for next year’s World Cup.
The 28-year-old failed to inspire his side and came under criticism for his performance, while domestically so much has been discussed about his future and the move to Manchester City that never came off.
However, in an impassioned Instagram post, Sanchez spoke about how much the criticism has hurt him and that he hopes people get off his back as he plays for Arsenal and looks to get Chile to the tournament in Russia.
“AND THE TOMORROW IS COMING.
“You get tired of being criticized with reason and without reason, you get tired of wanting to be defeated, you get tired of saying to yourself “once more I’ll get up” after crying after a defeat, and you get tired of telling the world and people who are with you, that everything is going well.
“And the worst, that no one ever realizes how that makes you feel … I have the back 7⃣ of Chile and it is a huge responsibility, that’s why it pays me that journalists and bad people criticize without knowing …”