The Northern Ireland national anthem was loudly booed by a section of the Scotland fans at Hampden tonight.

God Save The King played over the sound system at the national stadium as both teams lined up prior to the friendly game in Mount Florida.

And ahead of the Euro 2024 warm-up match for Scotland, the home faithful made their feelings clear about the visitor's national anthem.

Audible boos were heard from the stands as the Northern Ireland players sang the song with their coaching staff and fans.

It's not the first time this season that God Save The King has been booed. When England defeated the Scots 3-1 at Hampden in September last year, the anthem was met with the same response.

Flower of Scotland rang out around Hampden, as the small band of Northern Ireland fans repaid the favour with the jeers.

Meanwhile, Rangers has hit out at 'discriminatory and misogynistic comments' made in the wake of the women's game after Sunday's Sky Sports Cup triumph.

Jo Potter's side ran out comfortable 4-1 winners against Partick Thistle on Sunday afternoon.

Mia McAulay, Rachel Rowe, Rio Hardy and Olivia McLoughlin scored the goals as the Ibrox club took the first step towards a potential treble this season, with the SWPL title and Scottish Cup very much up for grabs.

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However, in the days since the game, some remarks have been made on social media by prominent figures about the standard of women's football.

And Rangers say they stand together against such 'homophobic and disgraceful slurs'.

A club statement reads: "Rangers FC has been made aware of discriminatory and misogynistic comments regarding the women’s game following Sunday’s Sky Sports Cup Final.

"As a club, we stand together against these homophobic and disgraceful slurs in the strongest possible terms."