FORMER Scotland internationalist David Speedie was so proud after making his debut for the national team that he decided to frame his shirt as a memento of the occasion - but discovered 36 years later that it wasn't his kit.

Speedie - who counts Chelsea, Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers among his former clubs - collected ten caps for Scotland between 1985 and 1989 and made his debut in a 1-0 Rous Cup victory over England.

After the game, Speedie grabbed his shirt as a keepsake - only to discover on Sunday that it actually belonged to his team-mate Gordon Strachan.

"Since making my Scottish debut, I always thought I had my first Scotland shirt at home on the wall," Speedie explained on Twitter.

"Today I took the shirt out of the frame & realised I’ve had Gordon Strachan’s shirt on my wall since 1985.

"I sat next to him & accidentally picked his shirt up instead of my own!"