Following Arsenal’s disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Crystal Palace, Jack Wilshere, who is close to a long awaited first team return, took to social media to post an uplifting photograph which read: “This is our club. Today and forever.”
However, a silhouette of three people underneath the Arsenal badge was identified as Manchester United’s “Holy Trinity”.
The 24-year-old was heavily mocked on social media after fans realised the three people were United legends George Best, Sir Bobby Charlton and Denis Law.
— عا د ل (@punjabified) April 17, 2016
Imagine if someone like jack wilshere Tweeted a crap inspirational post that had an image of three Utd legends. And then deleted it.
— Dave (@TheresYourDC) April 17, 2016
Slowly realizing that even though he's a great talent. Jack Wilshere is not so smart outside the pitch
— Daré (@AFCOntario) April 17, 2016
— Transfer Tube (@TheTransferTube) April 17, 2016
Jack Wilshere right now… pic.twitter.com/xpXZflSPlS
— Sam Homewood (@SamHomewood) April 17, 2016
Breaking: Jack Wilshere out for months from broken thumb sustained hastily deleting latest moronic social media post pic.twitter.com/FbreFDvE7L
— Spurred On (@spurredontv) April 17, 2016
Someone should probably tell Jack Wilshere that the statues are three Man Utd legends… pic.twitter.com/1yMI9U3PTd
— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) April 17, 2016
HAHAHAHAHAHA JACK WILSHERE POSTING A PICTURE OF MAN UNITED LEGENDS pic.twitter.com/zewFQ1aaaw
— #4. (@ThatMunichNight) April 17, 2016
— Premier League Zone (@ThePLZone) April 17, 2016
— Jose 'Judas' fan (@SemperFiUnited) April 17, 2016