The Chilean missed, although Arsenal went on to win 4-1
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has shared his misgivings at their penalty pecking order being ignored in the 4-1 victory against Hull City.
Alexis Sanchez missed a first half penalty, despite the fact that Santi Cazorla is the club's designated penalty-taker.
Speaking to BBC Sport after the game, Wenger said he was not happy with the situation and wanted to find out why the penalty protocol was ignored by the players.
"Santi was down to take it, I don’t know why it did not happen, they have pecking order, it was not planned for Sanchez to take it. I want to know what happened and for it not to happen again. Overall, anyone can miss a penalty, we have to accept that," he said.