Confederations Cup Social Diary: Record man Sanchez shines as rivals fail to bury hatchet
A pair of 1-1 draws on day six at the Confederations Cup provided plenty of on-field intrigue.
Australia pegged back Cameroon in St Petersburg, a penalty from captain Mark Milligan's earning a share of the spoils in an end-to-end Group B game of missed chances.
Later on in Kazan, Alexis Sanchez struck early to become Chile's all-time record goalscorer before Jonas Hector laid on an equaliser for Lars Stindl – both of those goals feature in our social round-up.
New Zealand jetted out of Sochi for St Petersburg on Thursday with their heads held high after a battling 2-1 defeat to Mexico. A long-haul flight back home beckons after they face Portugal at the weekend and centre-back Michael Boxall gave an insight into how the All Whites like to spend their time up in the air.
Tim Cahill proved all his old attacking instincts are in good order as the veteran came off the bench and gave Cameroon plenty to think about. His video editing skills might need a little more work, however.
Great team performance. Time to recover and get ready for our next game pic.twitter.com/KeSpWNN7Lg— TIM CAHILL (@Tim_Cahill) June 22, 2017
Sanchez's Arsenal future might be the source of rampant speculation but that did not stop the Gunners paying tribute to their star forward's achievement with the hashtag #FelicitacionesAlexisHe's just become @LaRoja's record scorer - now we'd like your congratulations messages for @Alexis_Sanchez