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Alexis Sanchez gives Inter Milan ANOTHER injury scare as Manchester United flop hobbles off during Chile's heated goalless draw against rivals Colombia

Alexis Sanchez suffered a suspected ankle injury in Chile's 0-0 Colombia drawThe 30-year-old Inter Milan forward was substituted after 88 minutes Inter boss Antonio Conte will want Sanchez available for Serie A selection The Manchester United outcast has had a mixed start to life in Italy so far  

Alexis Sanchez had to be hauled off in the 88th minute of Chile's heated friendly with Colombia on Saturday night, after going down with a possible ankle injury. 

The Manchester United outcast scored and sent-off in his first Inter Milan start against Sampdoria, forcing Antonio Conte to pick Romelu Lukaku - who is struggling for match fitness - in Inter's 2-1 defeat to Juventus last week.   

Former Chelsea boss, Conte, will want Sanchez available when the San Siro side restart their Serie A title push against Sassuolo on Sunday.  

Alexis Sanchez gives Inter Milan ANOTHER injury scare as Manchester United flop hobbles off during Chile's heated goalless draw against rivals Colombia

Alexis Sanchez had to be substituted in the 88th minute of Chile's 0-0 draw with Columbia

The Inter Milan forward suffered an knock to his ankle in the heated friendly match

Inter boss Antonio Conte will want Sanchez available for Inter's Sassuolo clash on Sunday

Speaking about the injury on Radio Cooperativa, Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda said: 'Alexis seems to have suffered a small blow to the ankle.

'Tomorrow we will evaluate all aspects more thoroughly. We played against an opponent with different physical qualities.'

The Colombian side - known for their physical style and short tempers - were matched for tough tackles and fiery antics against Chile, who saw three yellow cards.  

Conte has eased Sanchez in with mixed results - scoring and seeing red vs Sampdoria

A member of the Colombian staff was sent-off from the bench as tempers flared, and neither of the South American sides could find a finish.   

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