There is great concern in Scotland after the news of Billy Gilmour’s Covid-19 positivity. Captain Andy Robertson has deleted a video on his Instagram profile playing ping pong with the young midfielder and McGinn. There is now apprehension among Scottish fans ahead of the match against Croatia.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson deleted a video on his Instagram profile playing ping pong with Billy Gilmour , who tested positive for Covid-19 . The Liverpool full- back shortly after the news of the positive test to the young Chelsea midfielder, this video emerged, in which the 2001 class is seen enjoying table tennis with John McGinn . Very normal moments in the hotel of the football teams but after the news of the positivity of the number 23 there is great apprehension among the Scottish fans in view of the match against Croatia.
Robertson’s Instagram story was immediately removed but the protagonists are quite clear but not if still some other member of the Scottish squad will be forced into isolation because he was contacted by Gilmour. The hopes of Steve Clarke ‘s national team had resurfaced after the good performance against England at Wembley, which followed the bad home defeat to the Czech Republic on their debut; but this news could affect the approach to the match against Croatia, which will decide whether the Scots will be able to access the knockout phase of the 2021 Europeans.
Billy Gilmour had been elected “Star of the Match” in the match against the English but the 20-year-old will not be able to take part in the decisive match on Tuesday evening in Hampden Park and this could be an additional obstacle for the Scots, than in 3-5 -2 seen in the second match seemed to have found their midfield pivot. This is the Scottish association’s statement on his health condition: “Having been in contact with Public Health England since the positive test was recorded, Billy will now self-isolate for 10 days and thus miss the UEFA EURO 2020 Group D match. tomorrow against Croatia in Hampden “.