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A Scotland fan has gone viral on social media after managing to completely botch kicking a table in frustration.
Steve Clarke's side fell to a 3-1 defeat against Croatia on Tuesday evening and they've been eliminated from Euro 2020.
Coming bottom in Group D, Scotland only managed to score one goal and earn one point in their three group games.
It was all too much for one fan who had to let off some steam - albeit with a BBC News camera watching. Check it out below.
The unnamed fan went for a huge pump kick to the table, only to misjudge the distance and completely miss it.
Instead, he extended his entire leg across the table with hundreds of fellow supporters watching in person.
Fair play for attempting to make it look natural though.
Fans have reacted to the gaffe on social media and they think it could be a highlight of Scotland's first international tournament since 1998.
♂️:sweat_smile: This annoyed Scotland fan went to kick the table and missed...#CROSCO ' #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/jIgZ85zXad
- The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) June 22, 2021
i've just got the worst second hand embarrassment :sob: https://t.co/7MZrxqohc4
- Emma (@emmapaxx) June 22, 2021
Former Everton winger Nikola Vlasic put Croatia ahead inside 17 minutes before Callum McGregor equalised just before half-time.
Luka Modric scored an absolute screamer with the outside of his foot to restore Croatia's lead in the second half, before Ivan Perisic's header sealed victory.
Captain Andy Robertson admitted he was disappointed with the result, but urged his nation to build on it in the future.
Per Sky Sports, the Liverpool man said: "It's massively disappointing - Croatia showed why they've got to a World Cup final. Second half, they showed their experience and Modric ran the game.
"But I'm so proud to be captain of this country and these players. I know we've fallen short but the love we've felt from the nation has been special. The squad has a lot of potential and it's important we build on this."
Croatia have qualified in second place and will face one of Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland from Group E in the last 16.
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