Jack Wilshere Returned from Long-Awaited Ankle Injury and Played for West Ham U23s Opposite Leicester U23s

Jack Wilshere has come back to action overcoming an ankle injury. He has returned for U23s West Ham. In the stadium of London on the afternoon of Sunday, he enjoyed a solid run-out by playing for 66 minutes and then he was replaced by Mesaque Dju at the home ground of West Ham. There was only one goal in the game and that came from Dan Kemp from the penalty spot he played. He stepped up and sends a wrong way to the goalkeeper to register the win of 1-0 for the Hammers.

The star of Arsenal signed for West Ham during hasn’t seen any of the after playing against Newcastle in December at Saint James’ Park, all because of the reason that was struggling injury in his knees all through the season. Wilshere, played in the first four matches of West Ham in September, underwent surgery to fix an issue in his left ankle.

Although he took time to recover from injury, he came back and was taken off the bench in the match of 3-0 at Newcastle for 5 minutes. That is his last action present in the memories of his fans. Manuel Pellegrini the manager of Hammers has been very cautious about the recovery of Wilshere when his second spell went out of action and performance made him get trained with U23s for the past two weeks, although he is now 27 years.

Wilshere will surely be eager to be featured for Premier League’s West Ham prior to the end of this season. He moved to West Ham for playing more regularly as well as to force his technique back into the setup of England, but the plans of this player once again got derailed by more injuries.