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John McGinn reacts to viral Scotland dance with 'done me a kipper' admission as he blames 'big Bruce Forsyth'

Dancing John McGinn is already the image of Euro 2024.

The Scotland talisman joined his teammates on stage in Garmisch-Partenkirchen after Steve Clarke's squad were given the warmest of traditional Bavarian welcomes from the locals in the town where their training camp is based. And McGinn was invited to join in with a folk dance as the oompah band struck up a tune with his teammates and travelling media watching on.

With a traditional Tyrolean hat on his napper, McGinn was a good sport and went viral before the squad had even left the halle and retired to their beds ahead of training tomorrow. And the Aston Villa skipper admitted he;d been "done" when reacting on social media, anc couldn't help but spot the resemblance one of his fellow dancers had to a famous TV face. Reposting the Scottish FA's video, he commented: "Big Bruce Forsyth done me a kipper there."

McGinn will be attempting to keep step with Toni Kroos and co on Friday night when the action gets underway. The eyes of the world will be on Scotland as they take on the hosts in Munich and a good display could set the tone for subsequent group games against Switzerland and Hungary.

A positive result would make for a dream start as Clarke looks to become the first Scotland boss to ever make it out of the group stage at a national tournament. The infamously dour head coach might even do a jog of delight himself if he ensures his team are in Germany for more than the usual fortnight.