Manchester United are currently locked in a battle to land a Champions League spot next term, which Louis van Gaal’s men are currently losing to both Arsenal and Manchester City. However ground was made on the former this weekend, with Wenger’s side dropping points at home.
After the game, the Arsenal manager, team and club as a whole were criticised for the manner in which they have performed this season.
Jack Wilshere decided to respond to those remarks via Twitter, to confirm that the Arsenal squad and fans are together, but he made one monumental error on the tweet.
He tweeted a picture of the Arsenal badge, with the words ‘This is our club, today and forever’ on them, but whats funny is the picture involves Manchester United’s ‘Trinity’ statue; Sir Bobby Charlton, Dennis Law and George Best.
Check out Wilshere’s tweet, now deleted, here: