Future Scotland international Billy Gilmour is continuing to turn heads at Chelsea and managed to shine once again in their U23s side’s latest win.
The Blues triumphed over London rivals Arsenal 3-1. Charlie Brown scored two whilst Clinton Mola added another as the young Chelsea side eased passed the Gunners.
Gilmour was at the heart of many positive bits of play for his side.
Gilmour was leading Chelsea by example
The teenager had the extra responsibility of being captain on the night. It didn’t provide a heavy weight though as the Scotsman breezed past his opposition effortlessly.
Gilmour was involved in all three goals at the home of Aldershot Town. The first was a tidy pass to Thierno Ballo, who then played Brown in on goal.
Chelsea’s second goal came courtesy of a Gilmour free-kick into the box. The 18-year-old wasn’t finished there though, fizzing a cross in from the right, which met the head of Brown to seal the win.
A future Scotland midfielder no doubt, Gilmour is continuing to make big strides down south. He has already featured in the Chelsea senior side this term and is continually excelling in their youth teams.
His career is one to watch with excitement as Gilmour’s potential continues to grow.