Watch hilarious Hampden reaction as Norwegian TV pitchside reporter startled by pre-match firework test
A TV broadcaster was hilariously left stunned by a pyro test at Hampden before Scotland's thriller against Norway.
It was an entertaining night for both sets for supporters as Steve Clarke's men closed out their successful Euro 2024 Group A qualifying campaign with a scintillating six-goal stalemate - and while the Tartan Army enjoyed the fireworks on the pitch it was some pre-match pyro off it that caught out TV2 reporter Marius Skjelbaek before the showdown. As both sides emerged from the tunnel, a firework display went off along the side of the pitch at the national stadium.
And before fans took their seats and John McGinn led the Scotland stars out in Mount Florida, the pyro was tested out - during a test run for the Norwegian TV2 broadcast. And as Skjelbaek ran through some questions a loud bang sounded off inside the stadium as a firework sounded off in the background.
Skjelbaek was snapped on camera ducking out of shot as he cursed into the microphone. Following the scare, Skjelbaek laughed off the incident posting to Twitter: "All is well now."
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