Wednesday, June 16

Gilmour reveals why he was ‘raging’ after his Chelsea debut

The Scottish midfielder has admitted he was in a very “bad mood” in the dressing room after a difficult first senior outing for the Blues
Billy Gilmour has revealed that he was “raging” after his Chelsea debut against Sheffield United last year, having been unable to inspire the team to victory at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea were six minutes away from a 2-1 victory over the Blades on August 31 thanks to a first-half brace from Tammy Abraham, before Frank Lampard decided to hand Gilmour his maiden senior appearance for the club.

Sheffield United ended up snatching a deserved point when Kurt Zouma put through his own net in the 89th minute, completing a comeback which began when Callum Robinson netted just after half-time.

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