Euro 2020: Nicola Sturgeon wishes Scotland good luck for Czech game with Yes Sir I Can Boogie message

The First Minister tweeted her support for the Scotland team ahead of their first Euro 2020 match on Monday.

Nicola Sturgeon shared The Fratellis iconic cover of Yes Sir, I Can Boogie on Twitter saying: “Monday morning tunes.

“Good luck ScotlandNT.”

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Scotland men’s team will be playing in their first major football tournament in 23 years, making it through in a nail biting penalty shoot out against Serbia in November.

Steve Clarke’s team were seen dancing to the tune of ‘Yes sir, I can boogie’ after their victory, and the song is now considered the team’s anthem.

The song, originally by Spanish duo Baccara, and was part of a joke among players after Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine took part in a video of the song on his stag party.

After the video appeared on Twitter, it went viral and fans very quickly adopted the catchy dance anthem as their own.

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Euro 2020: Nicola Sturgeon wishes Scotland good luck for Czech game with Yes Sir I Can Boogie message

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