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Before the Euros match, Scottish fans rock the EasyJet trip to London with the song “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie.”

On the trip from Aberdeen, there was some unanticipated turbulence brought on by Baccara.

Scottish fans were filmed in a video singing “Yes, Sir! I can boogie during the EasyJet flights that took them from Aberdeen to London prior to the Euro2020 game at Wembley.

The Tartan Army rocked the plane while they sang and clapped the Baccara song. It is now the official national song for Scots in the coming summer.

Fans are arriving in thousands in the capital city ahead of the kick-off at 8pm.

Eyes glazed over, the crowd was seen taking the first train out of Edinburgh Waverley at 5.30am and were seen walking down the street around Kings Cross at 9.40am.

There were similar scenes outside Kings Cross station yesterday, with fans blasting out the song on arrival into London.

One person caught some excitement in mid-air during the flight back from Aberdeen.

Based on British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) estimates, England and Scotland fans are expected to purchase 3.4 million pints at this evening’s Euro 2020 clash this evening.

There are 14.8 million pints are expected to be sold in England as well as Scotland on match day with more than 3 million sales during the match itself.

However, the trade group warned that as a result of the Covid-19’s restrictions, which include social distancing, rules of standing and six and no standing, beer sales could be reduced by 850,000 pints.

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