Piers Morgan taunts Scots at historic pub after cheering England in Euros victory

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Piers Morgan trolled Scots at a historic St Andrews' pub after cheering England on to victory in their Euros 2024 quarter final against Switzerland.

The controversial broadcaster chose to watch the match at the Jigger Inn in the seaside town. He posted a taunting message on social media following England's penalty shoot-out win on Saturday night.

The historic pub overlooks the world-famous Old Course and is a popular watering hole for golfers.

Piers Morgan outside the Jigger Inn. -Credit:Insta

Posing for a grining photograph outside, Piers called the boozer 'Scotland's most iconic pub' as he shared a cheeky message for locals.

He wrote: "No better place to celebrate England's win then in Scotland's most iconic pub. The locals weren't quite as happy as me."

The Jigger Inn was established in 1852 and overlooks the Old Course in the town. It has been called "the most famous 19th hole in golf," by Golf Monthly.

Scotland crashed out of the Euros after a 1-0 defeat against Hungary having picked up just one point but the Tartan Army were acclaimed across Germany for the way they cheered on the team and one newspaper even branded them 'the friendliest in the world.'

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