Alexis Sanchez was once again the man who made a big difference for Arsenal on Tuesday night as they played their 37th game of the season at Emirates Stadium, netting a brace against relegated Sunderland.
Arsene Wenger will be hopefully that his record signing can maintain such a high standard for the visit of Everton on Sunday afternoon as the north London outfit must win and hope that Middlesbrough take points off Liverpool in order to finish in the top four.
■ WENGER believes his team can count themselves unlucky if they fail to qualify for the Champions League with 75 points.
Coming into the game, Arsenal are only three points behind Manchester City.
"But anyway, I answered for 20 years the question, "the top four is nothing special".
"I don't want to judge that", he said when asked whether West Ham had failed to put in a performance on Sunday to match their surprise 1-0 victory over title-chasing Tottenham last week. "You want all the teams to fight like Sunderland did tonight and, after, you have to accept the result".
Sanchez picked up an injury on Saturday and Wenger was pessimistic about his chances of playing this evening.
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He added: "We struggled after what happened against Bayern but it was still possible to come back at Chelsea".
"We had plenty of shots on goal, but we needed to be patient", Wenger said.
Nonetheless, Arsene Wenger's side kept their Champions League dreams intact going into the last day of the Premier League season. "Once he is on the pitch and has the ball, he becomes the devil and forgets his pain".
'In this new system, I need to be on the right a bit more, but that's something you do for the team. "I think the only chance we have now to be in the top four is to win all of our games".
"He's become a complete player and has developed very well here at Arsenal Football Club". "I am paid to do my job for the club I love and I will do that as long as I'm here with full commitment".
"We made 71 points (last season) and were second".
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.
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