This is the incredible moment when thousands of Tartan Army fans stood up and sang the national anthem together at Scotland's fan zone before our crunch match against England at Wembley.
Around 3000 socially distanced supporters took to their feet before belting out Flower of Scotland at Glasgow Green on Friday evening.
The fan zone in Scotland’s biggest city, which shows games on giant screens, allows fans to sit in groups at picnic benches and provides food and drink.
The space has a normal capacity of 80,000, but due to social distancing measures the zone will only allow up to 6000 people per day to gather.
But the park was absolutely buzzing ahead of our long awaited clash with the Auld Enemy, with the Tartan Army in fine voice.
Face coverings have to be worn when guests are moving around, but are not required while seated in the beer garden or in the family area.
And those who were lucky enough to get a ticket for the fan zone flooded through the doors, kitted out in tartan and saltires.
As the players took to the pitch, the patriotic Scots rose to their feet and belted out the national anthem in a bid to send the English homeward, "tae think again".
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