[Video] Jack Wilshere scores for Arsenal U21’s against West Brom

By on April 19, 2016

In what has been a horrendous week for Arsenal Football Club there was finally some positive news as Jack Wilshere continued his comeback after scoring for the under-21’s on Monday.

Wilshere has been building up his match fitness for the youth side in recent weeks having returned to full training at the start of the month and he once again started as Steve Gating’s side looked to seal automatic promotion against the Baggies yesterday.

After a bit of an injury scare just before half time when Wilshere received treatment for a knee problem, the midfielder emerged after the break to draw Arsenal level at 1-1.

Wilshere latched on to a fine pass inside the box and his powerful left-foot strike proved too much for the West Brom keeper as Jack scored his first goal for almost eleven months.

Unfortunately we went on to lose the game and will now have to come through a play off to secure promotion back to the top flight, but the return of Wilshere is still a huge silver lining.

We’ll have to wait and see whether Wenger thinks the 24-year-old is now deemed fit enough to return to the first team fold but we could see Wilshere named on the bench for Thursday night’s Premier League visit of West Brom.

Watch Jack’s goal here:

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