The tweets made by Jack Wilshere have created a big turmoil on the online sphere related to football, due to the wrong pictures of Manchester United’s united trinity statue while he wanted to give his tribute to Arsenal.
This was a human error and he has mistakenly posted the picture which soon got viral and the online catastrophes began to rise. The Internet has become a place that doesn’t allow you to make an error whether it’s by mistake or intentional; you shoot a pic and the issue slips from your control.
There is no foolproof damage control mechanism that can save you from the reactions in the online world. The same has happened in this case.
No sooner did he tweeted there was the reaction from the Gunners midfielder and they posted the picture of the statue with a tagline that “This Is Our Club, Today and Forever” with the snap of Arsenal Crest.,
Contrary to this the social media activists are pointing on the different angle that suggests that the statue shall not be highlighted because it is not related to North London Club in any manner. They claim that the picture of the statue that is in the mid of the boil is situated in Old Trafford in Manchester.
Both these facts are somewhat misleading and the fact is that the statue in the disputed pic is of George Best and is related to the European Cup Success in 1968 and associates with United famous attacking trio of 1960.