Not content with only Arsenal fans suffering the brunt of his frequent tantrums, troubled football star Alexis Sanchez has now spoken out against the criticism he's faced while playing for his national side.
The 28-year-old has said he is 'tired of being criticised' following a defeat whilst playing for Chile. The side lost 1-0 against Bolivia last night, meaning they risk losing a spot in the World Cup next year with two games remaining to qualify.
He posted an series of images on his Instagram admitting he was tired of pretending that 'that everything is going well'.
"You get tired of being criticised with reason and without reason, you get tired of wanting to be defeated, you get tired of saying to yourself "I'll get up again" after crying after a defeat," he said.
"And the worst, that no one ever realises how that makes you feel … I have the No 7 of Chile on my back and it is a huge responsibility, that's why I'm sorry that journalists and bad people criticise without knowing…"
U ok hun?
If that wasn't bad enough, he's also got to return to the Emirates where his team mates reportedly wanted him out quickly before his £60m move to Manchester City fell through.
We can just see him now packing his bags very slowly, listening to 'Mad World', a single tear rolling down his cheeks while his dogs Humber and Atom hang their heads.
Being a millionaire world-class footballer is tough.