Arsenal ramped up the pressure on beleaguered Everton boss Ronald Koeman with a 5-2 victory at Goodison Park. Few expected Jack Wilshere to be an Arsenal player at the start of the season but the Englishman has unquestionably grabbed his ultimate chance with both hands and has repaid Arsene Wenger’s trust by excelling in the EFL Cup, Europa League and as an impact substitute in the Premier League.
Replacing Alexandre Lacazette in the 77th minute Wilshere seemed hungry to make up for lost time against Everton, delivering a sublime assist for Aaron Ramsey that propelled Arsenal into a 4-1 lead.
Unarguably Super Jack’s best moment came after the final whistle while the victors were ritually applauding the peripatetic army. A pitch interloper approached Wilshere before being castigated by a steward. However, as the fan was being steered away, Wilshere walked after him and handed over his match jersey. Simply Fantastic!
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