Jack Wilshere finally got his first international goal this Sunday evening, with the England international scoring a fine goal against Slovenia (check out the goal here). But no sooner had he scored his first, he outdid himself by netting a second far superior goal.
The ball founds it’s way to Wilshere after a fine bit of buildup play from England, and the ball sat up perfectly for the tenacious midfielder. He struck it sweetly, and Slovenia goalkeeper Samir Handanovic could do nothing but watch helplessly as it flew past him into the back of the net.
Check out the goal below:
Wilshere’s strike gave England the lead, with the Three Lions coming from behind after shocking conceding first against Slovenia. The goal is sure to help as England power their way to the Euros in France next year, and on a personal level he is sure to be thrilled after getting his first and second international goals.
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Hopefully he can bring this goalscoring form back to the Emirates next season, as goals is something his game has been lacking in recent seasons.