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Gilmour was seen hugging some of his Chelsea team-mates after the match - and now both Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount are being told to self-isolate prior to England's final group game against the Czech Republic tomorrow.All 26 England players and the support team returned negative results after the latest round of PCR testing by Uefa yesterday - and the full squad trained at Spurs Lodge in Chigwell today.But they have received no further tests because they were not deemed 'close contacts despite being in close proximity to Scotland's stars at the match.No other Scotland players have been affected or identified as close contacts, meaning all will be available as they face Croatia in a winner-takes-all Group D clash at Hampden Park in Glasgow, which is also tomorrow at 8pm.
All Scotland's other 25 players tested negative for Covid-19 after lateral flow tests following training today, but the lack of players being defined as 'close contacts' or extra testing for England provoked outrage on Twitter today.Football fans have been left 'baffled' that England stars have not been deemed 'close contacts' to the Scotland stars, despite playing 90 minutes of football on the same pitch and hugging after the game.Twitter user Stuart Graham said: 'So I'm really confused, if a pupil in my daughters class 'bubble' tests positive for Covid then the whole class will isolate, yet Billy Gilmour tests positive yet Scottish team don't have to self-isolate.'.Another tweeted: 'I'm honestly baffled with this Covid-19 nonsense, how can they say no one is considered as a close contact to Billy Gilmour when all the players shared the same dressing room etc - totally f*ed.'.Scotland's Billy Gilmour challenges Harry Kane of England during the Euro 2020 Group D match at Wembley last Friday.
Gilmour was seen hugging two of his Chelsea team-mates, Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount, after Friday's match at Wembley.The absence of Gilmour, pictured before the match on Friday (left is a blow to boss Steve Clarke (right, together).Billy Gilmour (far right) celebrates with Scotland teammates after he helped his side to a 0-0 draw against England on Friday.Gilmour's mother Carrie was in attendance at Wembley to celebrate his performance against England last Friday more videos, and a third added: 'So Billy Gilmour has to isolate but the entire team, whom he has been in very close contact with, don't.
Yeah, right, that makes perfect sense.If a kid in class tests positive the whole class are sent home.Get an effin grip.