Alexis Sanchez took a trip to London’s British Museum on Sunday.
The Manchester United forward, who set up of his side’s goals in Saturday’s 2-1 win at Bournemouth, documented his visit on Instagram.
Among the attractions Sanchez visited was Hoa Hakananai’a, a statue taken by a British crew from Chile’s Easter Island in 1868.
Sanchez uploaded a video of the statue and added the Chilean flag to make his point.
Saturday’s appearance at Bournemouth saw Sanchez start for United for the first time in five matches.
Ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright was encouraged by how Sanchez performed and said on BBC Match of the Day that the Chilean ace is finally getting back towards his best.
‘We’re seeing it now, Wright said on Saturday night. ‘The thing is, I was quite pleased for him because we know he’s a quality player but what he done today – he stretched them and got himself into positions.
‘When you’ve got time on the ball like (Paul) Pogba had, he’s making great runs. Super run and you’re thinking Pogba might be able to find him.
‘He was doing this quite frequently, stretching them, and going into nice positions.’
United’s victory saw them move level on points with Bournemouth in the Premier League table.
The sixth-placed Cherries remained above United on goal difference though.