WATCH: Alexis Sanchez scores with his hand for Arsenal

The Chilean opened the scoring for the Gunners against Hull, but should it have counted?

Arsenal may now have its own "Hand of God" goal.

It wasn't quite as blatant as Diego Maradona's infamous goal in the 1986 World Cup, but Alexis Sanchez did manage to open the scoring for Arsenal against Hull on Saturday by using his hand. 

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Sanchez may not have known much about it as Andy Robertson's goal-line clearance only went as far as the Chilean, who bundled home after a scramble with Hull goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic.

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The goal was allowed, though, and Sanchez would go on to score a late penalty kick to help the Gunners to a 2-0 win. 

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