Alexis Sanchez enjoys a day out on the British Museum after Manchester United won in Bournemouth
- Alexis Sanchez had a day off after Manchester United defeated Bournemouth
- The former Arsenal striker traveled to London's British Museum on Sunday
- Twenty-nine-year-old Sanchez shared photos and videos of his trip on Instagram
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Alexis Sanchez had a day off on Saturday after a good day of work to go to the British Museum on Sunday.
The Manchester United striker, who set his team's goals in a 2-1 win at Bournemouth, documented his visit to Instagram.
One of the attractions Sanchez visited was Hoa Hakananai & # 39; a, a statue taken in 1868 by a British crew from the Chilean Easter Island. Sanchez uploaded a video of the statue and added the Chilean flag.
Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez visited the British Museum in London on Sunday
Sanchez took pictures of various exhibits when he had a day off from United
Attractions that Sanchez visited included Hoa Hakananai & # 39; a, a statue taken from Chile in 1868
On Saturday in Bournemouth, Sanchez started for United for the first time in five games.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright was encouraged by Sanchez's performance and told the BBC Match of the Day that the Chilean ace is finally returning to its best.
"We see it now," Wright said on Saturday night. "The thing is, I was pretty happy with him because we know he's a good player, but what he did today – he stretched them and got into positions.
"If you like Paul Pogba have time on the ball, he makes great runs. Super Run and you think Pogba could find him. He did that quite often, stretched it and went into beautiful positions. "
United's win brought her to the Premier League table with Bournemouth. The sixth-placed cherries are on goal difference over United.
Sanchez was on the pitch 78 minutes after United's 2-1 win at Bournemouth on Saturday