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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, December 23, 2015
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Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has been ruled
out until mid-January after suffering a setback
in his recovery from a hamstring injury.
Sanchez has been sidelined since late November
and, having been pencilled in for his comeback in
Monday night s 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory
over Manchester City, he will now be absent for
the entire Christmas schedule.
The trip to Liverpool on January 13 is the likely
date for his return, forcing him to miss fixtures
against Southampton, Bournemouth, Newcastle
"Sanchez will be back around January 10. We
can t count on him around the Christmas period.
He s had a very slight setback," manager Arsene
"It was planned for him to be on the bench for
City. He s so keen, but he got a little pain in training
two days ago and we haven t taken a gamble."
The loss of Sanchez has been offset by the ongoing
brilliance of Mesut Ozil, who defied a chest infection
to mastermind victory over title rivals City.
Ozil was the Gunners ringmaster, setting up
first-half goals for Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud
and presenting Aaron Ramsey with a superb chance
after the interval.
"Ozil had a chest infection this weekend and he
was in bed, basically. He had only one training ses-
sion," Wenger said.
"For a guy who could not prepare well, he has
done extremely well physically. I m a bit cautious
because we lost three or four players recently."
In the past, Ozil has frustrated Arsenal fans for
floating in and out of matches, but he was given
a standing ovation when replaced against City.
Wenger hailed his vision.
"In football you need one guy who gives the ball
to the one who scores the goal," the Frenchman
"In our team, most of the time, Ozil is this player.
The guys who sees makes you win, and he is that.
"Ozil is much more mature now, much more
keen to take responsibility. I believe he s developed
his physical attributes and commitment. You can
Liverpool have suffered another injury blow
after Martin Skrtel revealed he will be side-
lined for six weeks with a hamstring injury.
The Slovakia international was forced off in
the first half of Liverpool s 3-0 defeat at Wat-
ford and a scan on Tuesday confirmed the
extent of the problem.
The player was quick to dispel rumours of
a three-month absence, but confirmed on social
media he does not expect to feature again until
Skrtel said: "After all rumours going around,
I want to say the time I will spend on (the)
sideline won t be 3 months. After I suffered
tear in my hamstring and tendon I will be out
for 6 weeks. I will work hard on my recovery
and will do everything to come back as soon
as possible and even stronger than before!
Thanks for your support."
If Skrtel s prognosis is correct, he will miss
six league games against Leicester City, Sun-
derland, West Ham, Arsenal, Manchester United
and Norwich City.
He will also sit out the Capital One Cup
semi-final against Stoke City, as well as the
FA Cup third-round tie at Exeter City.
Skrtel s absence will give Jurgan Klopp an
additional headache, with the Reds already
missing Dejan Lovren (knee) until January while
Mamadou Sakho only returned from his own
knee injury at Vicarage Road.
Sanchez to miss festive fixtures
see his desire to win. He plays to win the game.
"His talent is exceptional and he realise he can
help us in every single game."
Yaya Toure set up a tense finish in north London
after lofting a ball past Petr Cech, but Arsenal
would have been 5-0 up early in the second half
had they not been so wasteful.
City boss Manuel Pellegrini claimed his side
should not have lost.
"It s not a significant defeat because we have to
play for many more points. But of course it was
important to try to win," he said.
"I think we didn t deserve to lose. I think we did
better than Arsenal, we had more possession, more
attempts, more shots at target.
Skrtel out 'for six weeks'
Alexis Sanchez...Will miss busy festive programme.
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