Billy Gilmour was once again proved his high quality and intensity after handed his second start in a row under Thomas Tuchel in Chelsea 2-1 win over Manchester City at Etihad stadium on Saturday evening.
Despite the 19-year-old midfielder conceded a first-half penalty – which Sergio Aguero missed, the Scot didn’t disappoint by produced a hugely mature display in the second half of the game.
Gilmour, who was handed only his second Premier League start of the season at the Etihad Stadium, looked completely at home against one of the best midfields in European football.
The Scott starlet delivered an impressive display at the heart of Chelsea’s midfield and ended up covering the most distance for Chelsea against Man City at 12.44km, with the highest average speed of 7.69km/h.
He also made 73 touches, completed 66/71 passes, created 90.6% pass accuracy in opposition half and add two more chance to it.