Arsenal made the headlines this summer in securing the very definition of a marquee signing in Chile's Alexis Sanchez, but thus far in the infancy of the winger's Arsenal career, his team-mates are yet to truly realise what the Chilean's greatest strengths are.
Viewers of the Besiktas clash saw glimpses of Alexis' pace, power and positional nous in how he made blinding runs on his right flank to free up Olivier Giroud on more than one occasion. Yet when he did create opportunities for his team-mates, he rarely saw such actions reciprocated despite finding himself in potentially threatening positions.
It's not unusual for new signings to take time to adapt to a new system, and this situation with Alexis is surely no exception. Yet having a player of his calibre in the squad should surely allow the play to gravitate toward the Chilean on the right side of attack.
If Arsenal are to not only defeat Everton, but defeat greater foes in the Premier League, unlocking the endless potential that Alexis possesses will be crucial.
Give him the ball in a dangerous position and allow him to test Tim Howard with his finishing. Let him co-ordinate with Giroud, Debuchy, Aaron Ramsey and his other colleagues to create a strong chemistry that goes past language barriers.
On paper, he will be the most talented and most threatening player at Goodison Park come Saturday. If Arsenal are to claim all three points, utilising Alexis is an absolute prerequisite.
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