And it seems to have rubbed off – if his last crazy Instagram post is anything to go by. .
The former France and Manchester United left-back recorded a video which shows him playing the bagpipes and dancing in his living room.
In a hilarious finale, he then ties up his kilt to show off a cheeky message saying “I love this game”.
Evra put a caption on her post which read: “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 former full-back can be seen carrying bagpipes as he swings over the Fleur d’Ecosse in his living room.
Meanwhile, Scottish ace John McGinn says he knows Ian Crocker’s Sky Sports commentary on his goals word for word – and enjoys watching heartbreaking videos the night before big games.
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Midfielder star McGinn was asked about Steve Clarke’s favorite men’s music playlist by the national team and how he motivates himself for games.
So while Kieran Tierney could boost the team with anything from GBX anthems to ’80s pop, McGinn revealed that for him personally, he likes to go for something more emotional.
McGinn told Scotland HQ LIVE: “I’m a nutcase, that would be Nessun Dorma now.
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“I like to watch different things, I’m on YouTube all the time now and if I can’t sleep the night before a game, I like to watch these tearfuls on YouTube – America’s Got Talent and stuff like that.
“I saw a magician last night and I was almost gone, I had to turn off the laptop!”
“It was a little video about a family in America who adopted someone and their theme was not to congratulate themselves on adopting a child but to congratulate the parent for abandoning the child and having him given the opportunity for a better life.
“So if you think I’m watching music videos from Scotland, or something, you’re there!” “
But McGinn admitted to knowing the words of Sky Sports commentator Crocker by heart for his most memorable goals.
He added: “I also watch my goals, I have Ian Crocker’s comment to the end.
“He’s based in the Midlands so sometimes after the games in Scotland I would meet him on the train and I couldn’t take him seriously because I was imagining him behind a screen doing his thing. “
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