Piers Morgan took to social media to once again call for Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal during Arsenal's clash with Sunderland on Tuesday night. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation.
Wenger, who remains under pressure to leave this summer as supporters continue to protest against him signing a new deal, also has an FA Cup final date with Chelsea on the horizon. "I just think that if we finish outside the top four, it will maybe be down to one point".
Arsenal remained fifth in the standings, a point behind Liverpool and three adrift of Manchester City. In the games like that when you go to Stoke you need at some stage to suffer, to stick together and that's what we did. "We were frustrated at half-time not to be leading", Wenger added.
The Gunners play their second last Premier league game of the season tonight against already relegated Sunderland.
Sanchez was only passed fit to play hours before kick-off and, having reached 23 goals for the campaign, Wenger was full of praise for the man whose own future remains uncertain, with his contract at Arsenal expiring in the summer of 2018.
Speaking ahead of the match, Ozil said: 'I might not quite have the same freedom that I had as when I played in the No.10.
"The teams have too much pride, the players have too much pride, every game matters, whatever team you support or whoever you play for, you play for the jersey, and would hope every player would do that".
Sanchez scored two poachers' efforts in the last 20 minutes to break the resistance of outstanding goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and hand the Gunners a lifeline in their chase for a 21st consecutive top-four Premier League finish.
"I think overall at the start he was a player mainly focused on scoring goals".
"So you don't want to complain, do it better during the season and you will not have this problem". We had a hard period and recovered from it. If we won, it would be the first time you make 75 points and you are not in the top four.