Alexis Sanchez has racked up an incredible 107 outfield appearances since the 2013/14 season, according to the latest stats from Sky Sports News.
The Arsenal forward, 26, has been at the forefront of the action for both club and country over the past two seasons and ranks second in most appearances by players in the top five European leagues.
Sanchez’s impressive turnout record is only beaten by Napoli’s Jose Callejon, who has amassed 111 appearances.
Alexis Sanchez since the start of the 2013/14 season. (via Sky Sports) pic.twitter.com/gT3tGh6IXX
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The Chilean striker – who joined the Gunners from Barcelona last summer – netted 16 times for Arsene Wenger’s side in his debut season in the Premier League.
The Former Barca man also represented Chile this summer as they went on to win the Copa America on home soil.
And Sanchez was back in league action again last weekend as the Gunners kicked off their campaign with a disappointing 2-0 defeat to West Ham at the Emirates.
And yet, not once have we heard the striker complain about fatigue levels.
Perhaps someone should try Man City new boy Raheem Sterling to follow Sanchez’s lead after his ‘tiredness’ saga from last season at Liverpool.