Reacting to what he perceived was a strong tackle from the City player, Wilshere momentarily lost control and sparked a mini scuffle between the two sets of players before being pulled away and ushered down the tunnel for an early bath.
Understandably given his injury history, the England global was angered by Tyreke Wilson barging him over with the ball long gone.
The 25-year-old - now fit again following his recovery from the fracture to his lower left leg suffered during Bournemouth's 4-0 defeat at Tottenham in April - was drafted into Steve Gatting's side on Tuesday night, along with fellow first-team squad players Rob Holding and Ainsley Maitland-Niles.
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Wilshere also appeared to take exception to an online report of the incident, which said his career had "hit a new low". "Look forward to it", Wilshere wrote on Twitter.
The midfielder now has one year remaining on his contract with the North London club.
Manager Arsene Wenger, however, has claimed that the two-time FA Cup victor still remains part of his first-team plans.
The 25-year-old, who has seen his once promising career marred by continuous injury problems, was playing for the Gunners' u23 team as he recovers from the fibula injury which brought a premature end to his loan spell with Bournemouth, last season. "He has the talent to be a regular but he has to come back to competition in a consistent way".