Arsene Wenger believes the Chilean international does not start the match on a high note but he realized as the games grow he flourishes.


The Gunner boss acknowledges that their star man Sanchez is a slow starter but he understands his ability to make the difference.

Sanchez played a pivotal role in their last match against the Manchester City side where he scored the winning goal for his side and depend on his back Arsenal side reach to the FA cup final.

With that goal, this season Sanchez scored 24 goals for his side in all competition but the coach thinks he can take a while when he gets going.

Wenger said: "It is strange because I feel that he always grows during the game,"

"The difficulty of the game always makes him more focused. He starts sometimes and has problems to get into the game and during the game he becomes stronger and stronger and more determined.

"I think he adapts to the difficulty. He tests and he finds the way himself during the game to become dangerous.

"He has been remarkably efficient. I felt that he had a very good spell when he played up front. When he plays on the flank, he is more a provider than a goalscorer. At the moment he plays in a mixed role between the flank and the middle. 

"He can always turn up with something special in the game. He has the individual quality to make the difference."