THE case against a Scotland striker who was allegedly involved in a street rammy has been closed. 

Oli McBurnie, who has played for the men's national team since 2018, will face no further action after a police investigation earlier this year. 

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Glasgow Times:

He was alleged to have been involved in a fight with a man in the North Yorkshire town of Knaresborough in May. 

The football star, who is currently signed to Sheffield United, was arrested in connection with the incident, in which police said a 21-year-old man had been attacked, but he was later released.

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The two men were cautioned by police and will face no further action. 

A spokeswoman for the force said: "Following an investigation, a man in his 20s has been cautioned for a public order offence, namely using threatening behaviour.

"A second man, also in his 20s, was issued with a penalty notice for a similar offence.

"Police are no longer appealing for information."