Champions League medal or international debut? Gilmour reveals the more important one

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Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour has proven that he’s the man for the big stage, and he never seems unfazed on any occasion.

The 20-year-old was given a first ever international start in the derby game between Scotland and England in the European Championship.

Gilmour was part of the Chelsea squad that won the Champions League, in what was a huge milestone for the youngster.

Gilmour was asked which he cherished more, the Champions League medal or his debut game in the European Championship. He was unable to give a clearcut answer and rather rated the two achievements highly.

“This one is definitely up there,” he said. “Playing for my country I’m so proud, against England as well at Wembley. It’s massive.”

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