Scotland striker Oli McBurnie is under investigation from Sheffield Utd after appearing to attack a man in a street bust-up.

The Blades ace was caught on camera walking up to the person filming him before he appears to knock the mobile out of his hand.

As the phone lays on the deck, camera up-facing, McBurnie can then be seen stomping on it before allegedly swinging punches and seemingly catching the man with a knee.

His club have confirmed they are aware of the video circulating on social media which has amassed more than 515,000 views. They have also launched an investigation into the incident.

A spokesperson confirmed: "Officials at Sheffield United are aware of the video circulating on social media and are currently investigating."

North Yorkshire Police have been contacted by Glasgow Times.

McBurnie, 24, has been out of action for a number of weeks with a fracture following a dismal season in the Premier League. He hit just one goal in 33 appearances as the Blades were relegated from the top flight with just 17 points.

He is also likely to miss Euro 2020 through injury.