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Young kid shocks TV reporter with x-rated comment on live TV before Scotland Euros game

Young kid shocks TV reporter with x-rated comment on live TV before Scotland Euros game

The little lad did not hold back

A young Scotland fan shocked viewers at home with his x-rated comment live on air ahead of the Germany game. Watch below:

Prior to the opening Euro 2024 game this evening (14 June) between Germany and Scotland, fans were hoping their team could achieve 'legendary' status as they aim to get out of a very difficult group, including the likes of Switzerland and Hungary.

Amid reports suggesting that as many as 200,000 Scottish fans have made the trip to Munich, only a small amount actually have tickets to watch the game at Munich’s Allianz Arena.

Kevin Knight, 52, a bathroom fitter from Dundee, told PA News Agency ahead of the game: “I think if we get a draw out of the game, that will be a good result.

“We might sneak a win, it’s first game of the tournament, you never know what’s going to happen.

Scotland fans are in full force in Munich. (PA)
Scotland fans are in full force in Munich. (PA)

“You’re always hoping, when you put your Scotland top on, you’re always hoping. A win would be awesome, absolutely awesome. All the pressure is on Germany.”

As journalists were keen to chat to as many of the Tartan Army as possible, one Sky News reporter was stunned when a young football fan unexpectedly swore on live TV.

While talking to one fan back home at a Dunfermline pub, the boy appeared to utter something on TV.

The journalist asked the boy: "What were you going to say son?"

The reporter was stunned. (Sky News)
The reporter was stunned. (Sky News)

That's when the little lad replied: "F**k Germany."

Yep, I don't think anyone was expecting that one.

The reporter quickly shifted to another group of fans while many were laughing in the background.

"Apologies for that language," he added.

Meanwhile, Steve Clarke's men are currently taking on Germany in the opening match of Euro 2024 and are losing 3-0 in the first half, at the time of writing.

Goals from Florian Wirtz, Jamal Musiala and Kai Havertz saw the Germans cruise through the first 45.

Havertz's goal came from the spot as Scotland defender Ryan Porteous was sent off for a reckless challenge.

The rest of the fans were loving it. (Sky News)
The rest of the fans were loving it. (Sky News)

Earlier this week, Scotland captain Andy Robertson remained hopeful, telling PA: “We want to make history, we know what’s at stake.

“What’s the worst that can happen? We join the list of Scotland teams who haven’t got out of a group?

“We have so many incentives here but becoming a legendary squad is the biggest. That’s what has to drive us forward.

“The thought of being the first Scotland team to make a knockout round is our driving force.

“If we manage that? You just never know.”

Featured Image Credit: Sky News

Topics: Euro 2024, Sport, Football