Morgan and more: Twitter reacts to Sanchez’s Arsenal injury blow

Piers Morgan and Gary Lineker take to Twitter to have their say on Alexis Sanchez's Arsenal injury blow

Arsenal suffered an injury setback during Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Norwich City after Alexis Sanchez was forced off with a hamstring injury.

Speaking at his pre-match media conference on Friday, Arsene Wenger confirmed that the Chile international was contending with a slight hamstring problem.

And Sanchez appeared to aggregate the injury midway through the second half after the £35m signing had teed up Mesut Ozil for Arsenal’s goal at Carrow Road.

Here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in chronological order to Sanchez’s Arsenal injury blow.

Unsurprisingly, Piers Morgan had plenty to say on Sanchez’s hamstring problem:

His chum Gary Lineker appears to back up his argument:

Manchester City legend Rodney Marsh finds Arsenal’s latest injury problem amusing:

Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter reckons Sanchez’s season is over – but is that it for Arsenal, too?

Former England cricketer and Chelsea supporter Alec Stewart certainly thinks so:

Clinton Morrison gives Obvious Owen a run for his money with this tweet:

Finally, Daily Mirror journalist and Arsenal supporter John Cross can’t find any defence for Wenger over Sanchez’s injury:

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