Just wanted to add my view in some stats about 2010-2012 set:
Stamina: 93. Sanchez had a extraordinary combination of high high quality stats that make him very unique at that time. The combination was Acceleration + Stamina + Dribble Speed + Agility. He was amazing in each one of them. In that time he was the first option of pass for any Udinese or Chilean teammate at going forward. In each one of those passes the play obtained a boost in terms of speed after Sanchez intervention. His end product was not always the best, very clumsy at times and premature decisions at others. But,the thing is that he run like a madman the entire game, and at minute 90 he was still the first choice for any attack and he keep running like a madman with great accuracy in his runs, the acceleration was the same at every minute of the match. I really think that his stamina was greater in the past.
Top Speed 85 Acceleration 95. I think that the gap between both was greater than the one that this set state. His acceleration was extraordinary, so quick he pass through opponents with his acceleration. About Stop Speed just cant see it that good. And he wasnt an extraordinary speedster, just an incredible acceleration capacity that explain the importance of Speed in his game. Also see a greater gap between what he is now and then.
Attack 83. Very clumsy. All the danger he cause was about his Stamina + Acceleration + Agility + Dribble Speed (and Dribble Accuracy in a lesser extent), but the decision making was spoiled too often cause of the lack of precision in his passes or shooting. Also, to not overrate him.
Passing. I think that the gap between short passing and long passing was greater than that. His long passing has always been a great asset for Sanchez. Have help him not becoming a one-dimensional player. Didnt see at that time almost any short pass that wow me. Too clumsy too often. Long pass was totally different, nice precision in 30-40 meters through balls very often. Very adventurous also.