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England pulled off a huge win in the Women’s Euros on Wednesday to reach the final of the competition in a massive night for the sport – but not everyone was happy.
Sarina Wiegman’s side put four goals past Sweden in front of a capacity crowd at Bramall Lane in Sheffield to secure a first major tournament final place since 2009.
Sweden were obviously left disappointed by the result, and as it turned out they had a few people from other countries in their midst too.
Sky Sports were interviewing supporters ahead of the game when they found a crowd of fans in Sweden colours enjoying the pre-match atmosphere.
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The presenter went up to one man wearing yellow, draped in a Sweden flag, with the Swedish kit painted on his cheek.
Only, he wasn't Swedish at all.
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When he was asked his thoughts on the match, he surprised everybody by answering in a thick Scottish accent.
"I think it'll be a very tough match but I think Sweden will win 1-0 or 2-1,” he said, sounding like the least Scandinavian man of all time.
Taken aback, the presenter said: "That's not a Swedish accent!".
Laughing, the ‘Swedish’ fan replied: "No, a little bit north of the border. I couldn’t support England, could I.”
In the end, his support couldn't get his adopted country over the line, and they suffered a hammering at the hands of the Lionesses.
Goals from Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo and Fran Kirby secured their spot at Wembley on Sunday.