Arsenal star blasted after drugs tweet

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Jack Wilshere had a night to forget yesterday evening as Arsenal were beaten 2-0 by Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16.

After, after the game, things didn't get much better for the England international as he had to stay on after the final whistle to undergo a random drugs test. 

And, as reported by the Daily Star, the Arsenal ace came in for a lot of abuse after tweeting about his drugs test. 

Wilshere tweeted: "Just got home! Had a drugs test so was later than usual! Thought the fans were Amazing from start to finish! Really appreciated! #gooner."

A number of Twitter trolls then took to the social networking site to blast the midfield star. In 2012, the Arsenal ace closed his Twitter account after being accused of testing positive for cocaine.

And this time around, Wilshere had to suffer yet more abuse after the tweet as one troll messaged him saying: "I’m sure the cocaine trace will still be there.

Another wrote: "Cocaine boy! #Positivr" and another added: "drugs test ya may hope all the coke was out of your system."

Wilshere will now be hoping to put last night behind him as he concentrates on the rest of the season with Arsenal. 

Arsenal's immediate attention will turn to their Premier League clash with Sunderland this weekend. The Gunners host the Black Cats at the Emirates stadium on Saturday afternoon and will look to get back to winning ways.

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