That is the view of pundit and previous Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis slammed Sanchez following the sport, claiming the Chilean dived to win a loose-kick within the first-part.
Pulis was once indignant his facet weren’t given a penalty for Shkodran Mustafi’s take on on Jay Rodriguez and says Sanchez cheated so as to win a foul for his facet.
But Parlour says it’s the trendy approach for footballers to cross down simply and says the Baggies supervisor should not have any proceedings about Alexis Sanchez.
“You talk about people going over very quickly, this is the normal game now,” Parlour mentioned on talkSPORT.
“This is what everyone does.
“Any kind of contact on them they cross down at the flooring.
“It’s considered one of them scenario the place West Brom had been all the time going to keep ‘well, get stuck in’.
“Tony Pulis would say to them ‘let’s attempt to tough them up a little bit as neatly’.
“I don’t assume you’ll bitch on that one, the loose kicks.”
Alexandre Lacazette scored each objectives for Arsenal, making it 4 in 3 for the Frenchman on the Emirates since signing in the summertime.
The Gunners are again in motion towards Bate Borisov within the Europa League on Thursday (7.45pm).