Scotland women's national team captain Rachel Corsie has received rave reviews after her stint covering Euro 2024 for the BBC.

The Aston Villa defender was in Germany working as a pundit for the broadcaster covering Scotland matches at the tournament.

And Corsie was showered with praise for her "excellent analysis" and "insightful commentary" with viewers demanding BBC take notice of the hugely positive response to the Scotland captain's media work.

The Scotland skipper revealed on Monday she was heading home from the tournament after Scotland were eliminated following the cruel defeat to Hungary.

On X, formerly Twitter, Corsie wrote: "Devastated to be going home🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

"Very grateful to @BBCSport for my @EURO2024 experience.

"Also, thanks to everyone for your kind support 🩵"

Corsie's social media post was greeted with heaps of praise with fans disappointed to see her leave the BBC studio as Scotland exit the competition.

And Corsie was tipped for plenty more media work in the future with the experienced defender becoming a breakout star for her coverage alongside Alan Shearer, David Moyes and Joe Hart.

Adding to the universal acclaim on social media, broadcaster Kelly Somers wrote: "Thought you were a brilliant addition to the team and looked right at home x"

One social media user replied to Corsie: "Hold on, terrific analyst, excellent commentary, fresh perspectives and she’s only here for the Scotland game?

"Get rid of the class clowns and give Rachel some more opportunities please."

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Another added: "Highly professional with some excellent analysis on the games covered.

"Kelly Cates is widely regarded as the best in the business but she now has some competition! 

"Well Done Rachel, look forward to you getting more punditry slots in the future."

And a third added: "Very impressed with your insight yesterday.

"A breath of fresh air! Have a great summer!"

A fourth user then hailed Corsie as a top analyst covering the competition, stating: "One of the best pundits at the euros, hopefully see you back on screen soon."