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Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour got his first competitive start for Scotland in the European Championship as Steve Clarke gave him a start against England in their second Euro 2020 clash.
It was a huge game for the Scots, and for Gilmour to get his first start in that game needed a lot of composure from him.
The 20-year-old ended up dictating play at Wembley and was named the man of the match after the game.
Liverpool left-back and Scottish captain Andy Robertson was pleased with the performance of Gilmour, and spoke highly of him after the game.
“I spoke to him in the hotel today and I just looked at him, to be fair to Billy nothing fazes him and that is why I believe he can have as many Scotland caps as he wants,” the Liverpool defender said on ITV.
“He has got a huge future ahead of him, but the here and now is pretty good as well.”