Sun. Jun 23rd, 2019

Michy Batshuayi and Thorgan Hazard hilariously dress in kilts and learn how to play bagpipes

Michy, where’s yer troosers? Belgium stars Batshuayi and Thorgan Hazard wear kilts and learn the bagpipes ahead of Euro 2020 qualifying clash with Scotland

  • The duo dressed in kilts ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Heysel Stadium
  • The Belgium internationals were asked to take off their shorts as is tradition
  • The players laughed at each other as they attempted playing the bagpipes 

Belgium stars Michy Batshuayi and Thorgan Hazard had a go at playing the bagpipes ahead of their clash with Scotland on Tuesday.

The duo also dressed in kilts ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Heysel Stadium. 

Once they put the kilts on Hazard said to Batshuayi: ‘You’re looking good in that.’

Belgium stars Michy Batshuayi and Thorgan Hazard had a go at playing the bagpipes

The duo also dressed in kilts ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Heysel Stadium

The duo also dressed in kilts ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Heysel Stadium

The Belgium internationals were asked to take off their shorts as is tradition in Scotland

The Belgium internationals were asked to take off their shorts as is tradition in Scotland

The Chelsea player responded by saying: ‘You too, you look cute. You just need a bit of a shave!’

The Belgium internationals were asked to take off their shorts as is tradition when wearing kilts, much to the players’ disbelief.  

Batshuayi said: ‘Is it a joke? We have to take off our shorts and put them there to show we’re not wearing them.’

The players laughed at each other as they attempted playing the musical instrument. 

Hazard said: ‘I think you did much better than me.’

Batshuayi agreed as he added: ‘I think so too but you weren’t too bad either.’

Hazard does not see a future career in playing the instrument, however, as he said: ‘I think we should stick with football.’ 

Batshuayi responded: ‘I think so too, I prefer leaving this to the Scots and picking up a football instead.’

Roberto Martinez’s side beat Kazakhstan 3-0 on Saturday as Belgium sit top of Group I having won all of their first three matches. 

Scotland beat Cyprus 2-1 on the same day in Steve Clarke’s first match in charge.

Belgium were victorious after goals from Dries Mertens, Romelu Lukaku and Timothy Castagne

Belgium were victorious after goals from Dries Mertens, Romelu Lukaku and Timothy Castagne

Substitute Oliver Burke celebrates after his late goal restored Scotland's lead against Cyprus

Substitute Oliver Burke celebrates after his late goal restored Scotland’s lead against Cyprus

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