Arsenal's Jack Wilshere criticises 'biased pundit' Glenn Hoddle after Tottenham's derby win

The injured young Gunner could not hide his frustration after seeing his side lose to their bitter rivals 2-1, and claims Van der Vaart should have been sent off in the first half
Arsene Wenger was clearly an angry man at the final whistle of Arsenal's derby defeat to Tottenham - clashing with Spurs assistant Clive Allen - but midfielder Jack Wilshere was just as upset.

The 19-year-old had to watch his side lose 2-1 to their bitter rivals from his home after suffering a set-back in his recovery from an ankle injury, but that did not stop him tweeting his thoughts on the clash.

And after former Spurs great Glenn Hoddle had claimed Rafael van der Vaart had not hand-balled in the lead up to his opener, Wilshere let rip.

"Glen Hoddle is the most biased pundit around....handball is handball does not matter where the right back is!!!!!!!!!" he Tweeted.

And the England international did not stop there. After Van der Vaart had put the hosts ahead in the first half and then subsequently jumped into the crowd to celebrate, Wilshere called for the midfielder to be shown a second yellow, having already been booked for a foul on Kieran Gibbs.

"Van der vaart should be sent off! He celebrated with the fans? I'm sure that is a yellow?" he added.

However, Wilshere still found some love for commentator John Motson, who celebrated 40 years behind the mic this weekend.

"John Motson is a legend! What a Career he has had. The King of all commentary!" Wilshere said.