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 By Tim Vickery

Argentina's World Cup spot in jeopardy without Messi as Colombia, Chile soar

Shaka Hislop concedes there is a distinct possibility Argentina will fail to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The numbers speak for themselves. Lionel Messi has played six matches in Argentina's World Cup qualification campaign, notching five wins and one defeat. In the eight games he has missed, however, Argentina have accumulated one win, four draws and three defeats. Messi's four-match suspension was handed down Tuesday morning, and he still has three more games to miss; after the 2-0 defeat in Bolivia, his absence casts serious doubt on his country's capacity to qualify.

His ban -- four games for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez: I used to play football in local jail as a youngster

The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on the rumours that Chelsea are looking to sign Alexis Sanchez this summer.
Arsenal legend and current T&T assistant Sol Campbell discusses Arsene Wenger's current situation and future at the Emirates.

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has revealed that that he played football as a kid in his local jail in Chile.

Sanchez, who grew up in the Chilean city of Tocopilla, is well known for his passion on the football pitch.

And the Chile international told Arsenal Player how this hunger for the game led to him playing wherever and whenever he could as a youngster -- even if it meant going in goal.

"I wanted to be a professional footballer from when I was small," he said. "My mental approach was always...

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Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez clocked at 155 kph in Chile, gets speeding ticket

Chile manager Juan Antonio Pizzi is proud of his team despite the defeat to Argentina.
Alejandro Moreno says Argentina's win over Chile in qualifying covered up glaring problems for Edgardo Bauza's side.
Argentina pushed Chile out of the top five in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying thanks to a Lionel Messi penalty kick.
Arsene Wenger gave a concerned assessment of the ankle injury Alexis Sanchez picked up.
English Premier League: Alexis Sanchez (15') West Brom 1-1 Arsenal
The guys answer your tweets on where Alexis Sanchez will end up, how Neymar's abscence affected Barca, and the FA Cup.

Arsenal attacker Alexis Sanchez was given a speeding ticket and must appear in court after being clocked driving at 155 kilometres per hour (96 mph) in the Buin area, south of Santiago, during a free afternoon given to the Chile national team.

Police fined Sanchez on Saturday, and his court date was set for April 12. 

La Roja were beaten 1-0 in Argentina in a key World Cup qualifier last week, and Juan Antonio Pizzi's side now need a win over Venezuela.

Three points on Tuesday -- when...