Manchester United and France legend Patrice Evra pulled on his kilt and Glengarry bonnet this morning in a bizarre show of support to Scotland.

Steve Clarke's side get their Euro 2020 campaign underway on Monday when they take on the Czech Republic at Hampden Park.

And Evra is clearly rooting for the Scots and Tartan Army as he shared a video on his Instagram in full Scotland gear.

The former full-back can be seen with bagpipes as he sways along to the Flower of Scotland in his living room.

At the end of the footage he lifts up his kilt to show off his fake bottom with the words 'I Love This Game' written on his rear.

Evra captioned his post: "LORD EVRA thank you to all my Scottish people."

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea commented on the video with laughing emojis.


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The post has already racked up over 22,000 likes and has been watched nearly 100,000 times.