Martin Compston has absolutely ripped into a fan on Twitter for criticising Scotland's performance at the Euro 2020 Championship.
The Time actor wrote last week about his desire to see English football experts in the commentary box on Scottish television while they were doing it tough.
He said: "Not often I say this but STV can we switch to the English pundits please? must be tough for the tournament favourites to draw at home to a championship side I think we were called."
A fan replied to him saying that England has so far scored seven points in the Euros versus Scotland's one.
However Compston didn't appreciate that burn and clapped back at him.
I know Ryan must be tough you were the only team that couldn't beat us when we're that pish. That being said, by the end of it we'll still have as many Euros winners medals as each other always that comfort best of luck! https://t.co/tfOcnieCHe- martin compston (@martin_compston) June 22, 2021
"I know Ryan must be tough you were the only team that couldn't beat us when we're that pish," the actor said.
"That being said, by the end of it we'll still have as many Euros winners medals as each other always that comfort Smiling face with 3 hearts best of luck!"
Scotland's hopes at progressing through the Euro championship were dashed when the side took on Croatia.
Luka Modric showed he's still got the magic as he produced a stunning individual finish for Croatia against Scotland.
The Group D decider was poised at 1-1 when Bruno Petkovic delivered a deft touch, then fed the ball to Modric.
Running on to the pass at the edge of the box, the Real Madrid star unleashed an outrageous finish: hitting the ball with the outside of his right boot and curling it into the top corner.
The 35-year-old Ballon d'Or winner showed he's still got the class as he put Croatia in pole position to qualify for the last 16.
Ivan Perisic then made the game 3-1 with a towering header off the post as Croatia - inspired by their talisman's strike - began to take control of the tie.
Earlier in the game Nikola Vlasic had put Croatia into a first-half lead, then Callum McGregor equalised before the break, scoring Scotland's first goal of Euro 2020.
However the hope of Scotland winning and qualifying for the last 16 was snuffed out by a moment of sheer brilliance from Luka Modric.
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