Yes Sir, I Can Boogie: Why disco hit is now Scotland’s unofficial anthem

Publishedduration4 hours agoimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionThe hit song by Baccara sold 18 million copies

A 1970s disco classic has become Scotland's unofficial national anthem after a video of ecstatic players dancing to the tune went viral.

The footage showed the victorious squad bouncing in the dressing room to Yes Sir, I Can Boogie after defeating Serbia on penalties.

The song by Spanish duo Baccara spent a single week at the top of the UK charts in 1977.

It was originally adopted by fans as a tribute to defender Andrew Considine.

The Aberdeen cult hero – who was called up to the Scotland team for the first time earlier this year at the age of 33 – famously starred in a spoof video of the song on his stag do.