England unexpectedly found themselves down 1-0 to Slovenia after Milivoje Novakovic’s first half goal snuck past Joe Hart, but Arsenal star Jack Wilshere brought The Three Lions back when he ripped a strike from outside the penalty area that Samir Handanović could only get a finger on.
Arsenal are having an easy final day of the campaign against West Brom, and the Emirates crowd came to its feet for the Gunners’ third goal, a rocket half-volley off the boot of Jack Wilshere.
We're pretty staunchly against the year-round transfer gossip circus, since even at the best of times—when the transfer windows are actually open—there are about a thousand reasons never to trust what's being bandied about. But these rumblings about Manchester City sniffing around Arsenal's beloved, detested,…
It appears Jack Wilshere never learned the old "the bigger they come, they harder they fall" adage.
World Cup qualifying runs this week, and a lot of what's going on involves glorified exhibition play. Continental giants like the Netherlands and Italy are booked for Brazil, as is our great nation; other teams of interest, like Germany, Spain, Portugal, and France are more or less box-checking. Then there's England.
Gunners star Jack Wilshere entered a world of pain yesterday in the first half of Arsenal's match at Reading, when Royals midfielder Jobi McAnuff delivered a boot square to Wilshere's balls.