Chelsea starlet Billy Gilmour has continues to go from strength to strength after produced another eye-catching display in middle of park against Israel on Saturday evening.
The 20-year-old, who is currently on loan at Norwich City, inspired Scotland’s dramatic 3-2 comeback win over Israel in the World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday evening.
Billy was one of Scotland’s main men again Israel, as he constant buzz of energy and always wanted the ball, including showed some great skills in close areas.
The 20-year-old midfielder played five successful long balls against Israel, the second-most in the game after his teammate Kieran Tierney who plays in the left centre-back position.
However, what made him really outstanding on Saturday was his work rate. He made 10 recovered the possession for Scotland a remarkable ten times, the joint-highest in the game.
Well, his midfield partner McGinn is even convinced that Gilmour has already reached an elite level at such a young age.
Billy Gilmour vs Israel
• 66 passes (most in the match)
• 81% pass success
• 2 chances created
• 5 accurate long balls
• 2 key passes
• 4 duels won
• 10 Recoveries