Manchester United loanee Alexis Sanchez is slowly starting to find his best form again.
It seems like decades ago that Premier League fans were heralding the Chilean as one of the best players in the world and his failure at United is now the first thing that comes to mind when his name is mentioned.
There's no denying that Sanchez's move to Old Trafford turned out to be an unmitigated disaster, positing just five goals in 45 appearances and far from justifying his £500,000-a-week wages.
Sanchez set to leave Man Utd
But what we should remember Sanchez for are those early days at Arsenal when he was one of the competition's most exciting players, buzzing around the pitch like a Duracell bunny.
Besides, there's plenty of reason to think that Sanchez might already have played his final Premier League game with Fabrizio Romano reporting that a permanent Inter Milan transfer is close.
Sanchez has turned his fortunes around under Antonio Conte at the San Siro and has given Italian football fans glimpses of the form that made him a superstar at Barcelona and Arsenal.
Remembering Sanchez's brilliance
You know, the combination of skills and tricks that you associate with the world's best players married to an energetic playing style that became his trademark.
So, here at GIVEMESPORT, we like to think of ourselves as glass-half-full kind of people and we want to mark Sanchez's impending departure from English shores on a positive note.
And that's been made all the more simple by an incredible viral video by YouTuber 'Teo CRi', which showcases what we like to call the 'real Alexis Sanchez'.
The streets will never forget
Simply titled 'Never Forget the Brilliance of Alexis Sanchez...,' the montage shows some of the greatest Arsenal moments that Sanchez ever produced from insane goals to assists and skills.
It will make United fans wonder what could have been, make Inter fans excited for next season and give Arsenal fans a beautiful wave of nostalgia - check out the montage down below:
He is, simply put, one of the most entertainers footballers in Premier League history.
The free-kick against Southampton, the insane chip versus Ludogorets, the chest control against Crystal Palace, the tenacious dribbling at Old Trafford... we could go on and on and on about him.
You can only theorise that playing football at such a high intensity for so long has really taken it out of his legs in recent seasons and perhaps that's why he never made the grade at United.
But whatever's happened at Inter this season goes to show that Sanchez hasn't lost it all for good and if he can produce just a few more clips like those in the video, then we're in for a treat.
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