Billy Gilmour posted two words to apologise to Christian Pulisic for embarrassing him during Chelsea training

The Scottish sensation produced a moment of magic in Chelsea training ahead of their trip to Aston Villa – and he clearly enjoyed it as he celebrated with Blues team-mate Tammy Abraham

Billy Gilmour and Christian Pulisic in training
Billy Gilmour embarrassed his team-mate Christian Pulisic in Chelsea training. (Image: (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images))

Chelsea have had a brilliant second half of the season.

The Blues sacked Frank Lampard in January after a difficult start to the campaign before bringing in German coach Thomas Tuchel to replace him.

The former PSG manager has hit the ground running, helping his side climb up to third in the table as well as reaching the final of the FA Cup and Champions League.

However, before their Champions League matchup with Manchester City, the Blues travel to Aston Villa on Sunday in a match they can secure a top-four finish with a win at Villa Park.

Ahead of tomorrow’s game, Tuchel’s side trained hard at their Cobham training ground.

During a rondo drill Scottish sensation Billy Gilmour provided a piece of magic, nutmegging Christian Pulisic before showcasing his dance moves alongside Tammy Abraham.

Billy Gilmour during a Chelsea training session with Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic. (Image: Billy Gilmour/ Instagram)
Billy Gilmour during a Chelsea training session with Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic. (Image: Billy Gilmour/ Instagram)

The teenager took to social media to apologise to his Chelsea team-mate following the training session, posting a two-word message to the American international, which read: “Sorry broski.”

Gilmour then looked to repeat the feat on Ben Chilwell moments later, with the Scottish teenager once again celebrating with Abraham.

The 19-year-old has made 11 appearances for the Blues this season and delivered a number of dazzling performances, particularly in the FA Cup.

His impressive displays have even earned him as first-ever international call up to the Scottish first-team as he was included in Scotland’s squad for the delayed Euro 2020 tournament this summer.

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