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Euro 2020: Billy Gilmour has ‘a huge future’ for Scotland, claims captain Andy Robertson

Andy Robertson believes Billy Gilmour has ‘a huge future’ after Scotland midfielder’s spectacular show in Euro 2020 draw towards England… as Steve Clarke praises Chelsea star for taking his ‘large second’ at Wembley

Andy Robertson has backed Billy Gilmour to have ‘a huge future’ within the recreation after the Scotland midfielder impressed of their goalless draw towards England.

It was a optimistic night time’s work for Steve Clarke’s males, who benefited from the Three Lions’ lack of urgency in assault of their second Group D conflict of Euro 2020 to go away Wembley with a well-deserved level. 

Chelsea midfielder Gilmour was handed his first senior begin for his nation and put in a man-of-the-match efficiency in central midfield alongside Callum McGregor.

Andy Robertson (left) has backed Billy Gilmour (proper) to have ‘a huge future’ within the recreation

Gilmour put in a man-of-the-match display on his first senior start for Scotland against England

Gilmour put in a man-of-the-match show on his first senior begin for Scotland towards England

And Liverpool left-back Robertson believes the 20-year-old ‘can have as many caps as he desires’ for Scotland following a ‘magnificent’ show. 

Asked how he rated Gilmour’s efficiency, Robertson instructed ITV: ‘Right up there.

‘I spoke to him in resort right now and simply checked out him and to be truthful to Billy nothing fazes him.

‘That’s why I consider he can have as many caps as he desires for Scotland. He’s obtained a huge future forward however the right here and now could be fairly good as nicely.

The 20-year-old (back) put in a commanding display in central midfield alongside Callum McGregor

The 20-year-old (again) put in a commanding show in central midfield alongside Callum McGregor

‘Today him and Callum McGregor, each of them within the holding position, had been magnificent.’

Scotland boss Clarke in the meantime praised Gilmour for taking his probability when it got here and revealed nobody of their camp was shocked by how nicely he performed. 

‘We knew earlier than we put him in he can play,’ Clarke mentioned after the match.

‘It’s simply getting the proper second, tonight was his large second and he took it and nobody was shocked by it, actually not in our camp.’

Steve Clarke praised Gilmour for taking his 'big moment' in his side's second Euro 2020 clash

Steve Clarke praised Gilmour for taking his ‘large second’ in his aspect’s second Euro 2020 conflict

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