The stunning blonde, 22, first sparked rumours about dating the 31-year-old striker after uploading two pictures of her posing next to his two dogs last month. And the model offered clues to her current whereabouts this week by posting pictures of the footballer’s beloved Golden Retrievers Atom and Humber interrupting her garden workout. She joked as she stroked the dog: “Thank you for stopping me from working out. I agree, it’s definitely time to eat.” Fans responded by urging her to look after Manchester United flop Alexis, who has been linked with an audacious move to West Ham following a disappointing loan at Inter Milan. She answered London-based model Morgan Shelly who wrote in South African slang on her Instagram: “Lekker man. Nice to see you’re hanging out with your family” by saying: “Thank you Morgan.” Alexis Sanchez fan Felipe Andres Gonzalez said: “Isn’t love beautiful!! You made Alexis happy. Stay with him.”Advertisement Neither Modler or Sanchez, 31, follow each other on social media, but the blonde beauty does follow the Instagram account of the Chilean’s canine companions. And she even uploaded a picture of herself inside the San Siro on September 14 to watch Inter take on Udinese – the match where Sanchez made his debut for the Serie A side. The two were first spotted together at a train station in Wilmslow in August before the ex-Arsenal ace left Manchester United, however her identity had remained a mystery. She went on to post a number of photos of her with Atom and Humber along with a snap she has just posted on her Instagram Stories showed her in bed with the two dogs. Alexis named Atom after one of the characters in 2011 American science-fiction sports film Real Steel and his other pooch after his brother. He told Arsenal.com when he was still at the London club: “Atom the robot is very old and apparently useless but when he starts fighting he beats the best robots in the world. read also:Sanchez reluctant to give up his galactic wages for Man Utd exit “I like the movie so much that I thought I would call my first dog Atom. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 South African model, Anna Modler, has confirmed she’s in lockdown with Alexis Sanchez. Loading… Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueA Hit Song By Lil Nas X Is Beating A World Record As We Speak!7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Highest Paid Football Players In The World9 Heroes Of Popular Memes Then And Now
Following a narrow loss to the Stanford Cardinal earlier in the week, the Trojans men’s basketball team will try for a victory against its crosstown rival when the UCLA Bruins visit the Galen Center on Wednesday night.The Trojans (9-7, 1-3 Pac 12) were able to keep it close against Stanford until the very end and dropped their Pac-12 meeting, 78-76. Sophomore guard Julian Jacobs led the Trojans with 16 points and freshman guard Jordan McLaughlin and sophomore forward Nikola Jovanovic added 14 points and 13 points, respectively. The two spent a lot of time on the court together in the game, and head coach Andy Enfield was happy with how the two played together.“I liked what we saw. Julian was playing well at the point, Jordan was really good coming off screens and making plays,” Enfield said. “Jordan’s a true point guard and Julian is really a point that can play the two because he has bigger size, but I’m fine with both of them playing either position.”Stanford (11-4, 3-1) was led by senior guard Anthony Brown, who had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the Cardinal was able to earn its third straight win over the Trojans. Junior forward Rosco Allen had a career-high 18 points, 12 of which came from behind the arc. Senior center Stefan Nastic had 15 points and senior guard Chasson Randle added 12.The Trojans were able to cut the deficit to one at the end of the game, led in part to a flurry of points by Jacobs and freshman guard Elijah Stewart. Stanford missed a few 3-point plays, and USC capitalized on the miscues to give themselves a chance to win. McLaughlin, in his first game back from injury, turned the ball over in the closing seconds and Stanford made a clutch free throw to preserve the win.Despite the tough loss, McLaughlin was able to stay positive.“We battled and we can get some positive things out of this,” said McLaughlin. “At the end of the day, that’s all we can ask for.”The Trojans look to move on from the defeat as they face the Bruins (10-7, 2-2) on Wednesday night. UCLA is led by freshman forward Kevon Looney, who was recently named Pac-12 Player of the Week after averaging 21 points and 13 rebounds in the Bruins’ two conference wins over Stanford and California. Looney is the only freshman in the nation to be averaging a double-double, and he ranks 12th in the nation with 10.3 rebounds per game. With Looney leading the way, UCLA ranks first in the Pac-12 in rebounds per game (41.4) and offensive rebounds per game (13.9).Not only will USC try to win the battle of the boards down low, but they will also attempt to contain the main scorers on the Bruins. Sophomore guard Bryce Alford ranks seventh in the Pac-12 in scoring and leads the Bruins with 15.4 points per game. Sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton has provided consistent scoring for UCLA and has scored in double digits in 12 of 17 games on the year.Enfield is treating the contest as if it is just another game.“UCLA is a terrific team — very talented, very well-coached — and they’re playing well right now,” Enfield said. “For us to have a good Pac-12 record, they’re one of the 11 teams we have to beat. So we look at that as another Pac-12 game with a little extra enthusiasm because they are local, it’s a rival, and it should be a great crowd in here. But we’re looking to really ramp this up on a national scale and the first thing we have to do is win league games.”In addition to conference standings, the game will count toward the BMW Crosstown Cup, a competition between the two schools that includes all sports. The winner of the game will earn 15 points toward the season’s score which the Bruins currently lead 45-10.“It should be a very exciting game,” said McLaughlin. “We’re getting better every day in practice, so it should be a fun game.”The game will tip off at 6 p.m. at the Galen Center and will be broadcast on ESPN2.