Scotland share FIFA 20 video with Celtic men

By Connor Gordon

October 10, 2019

The latest video from the Scotland national team has a big Celtic flavour to it.

Four Celts play off against each other in the annual FIFA 20 team competition. Hoops fan Robert Snodgrass joined three current and former Bhoys in the latest game.

The game was pulsating and exciting until the final minute with some late drama.

Scotland share Celtic linked FIFA 20 match

The cream of the crop in the Scotland team collided together for the latest hilarious YouTube clip.

Celtic men Snodgrass and Andy Robertson took on current player Greg Taylor and his former Kilmarnock team mate Stephen O’Donnell.

Andy Robertson in action for Liverpool on Saturday. (Photo by Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Offside via Getty Images)

Robertson and Snodgrass predictably picked Liverpool as their team of choice. Taylor and ex-Celtic kid O’Donnell opted for Premier League champions Manchester City.

Liverpool were dealt a bitter blow with Sadio Mané’s unfair sending off right after kick-off.

City took the lead but Liverpool playing above themselves restored parity. Taylor and O’Donnell continued ransacking Robertson and Snodgrass by taking a two goal lead.

A late consolation wasn’t enough for Liverpool with City running out as close winners.

Robert Snodgrass was in the losing team in FIFA 20. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The celebrating duo were watched on by another Celtic fan in Aston Villa’s John McGinn.

Taylor and O’Donnell will be continuing their yearly celebrations into next year’s tussle between the four.

Will Taylor be challenging Robertson in real life?

It’s all well and good with the new Celtic summer signing beating Robertson on the computer screen. But, will Taylor be eyeing the competition with Robertson in real life too?

Celtic left-back Greg Taylor training with Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Scotland face a gruelling trip to Russia before playing San Marino on Sunday.

Robertson will be expecting to play both games as captain but Taylor will want his chance. Let’s not forget that at some point Kieran Tierney will also be breathing down both their necks.

Competition is good for Scotland and it’s great to see three Celts vying for the starting spot. Let’s hope Taylor gets close to where Tierney and Robertson are in future.