Longtime Manchester United star Patrice Evra wished the Scotland national team lots of success on their start to the tournament with a curious video.
The former French national football player presented himself with bagpipes and a kilt in the living room on Instagram. At the end of the video, in which the 40-year-old dances to the tape “The Flower of Scotland”, Evra turns around – and picks up her cloak. There’s a plastic butt with the inscription on the bottom reading “I love this game”. “Thank you to all my Scottish people,” commented Evra on the post.
Former Manchester star Evra wishes Scotland every success in EM
Evra is known for scathing posts on social media, which she likes to end with the slogan “I love this game”. As a professional footballer, he had great success with Manchester United and Juventus Turin. A Champions League victory entails four defeats in the final.
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He was the first professional to lose four finals in the Premier class. Scotland opened the tournament on Monday against the Czech Republic. It is the first European Championship participation for a tradition-conscious football nation since 1996. (mp/dpa)
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