IAN Blackford has joined Nicola Sturgeon in poking fun at English football fans after their team's victory against Germany.

The SNP Westminster leader began his initial contribution at Prime Minister’s Questions by congratulating Gareth Southgate’s side for their 2-0 win at Wembley.

But the Ross, Skye and Lochaber MP was sure to note that only one team has faced England at Euro 2020 and avoided defeat.

He said: “Can I congratulate England for their victory last night and of course wish them all the best for the tournament ahead.

“Of course they’ve done well. They’ve won most of their matches with the exception of the game against Scotland, where of course they even failed to score a goal.

“Nae luck.”

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It comes after the First Minister made a similar jibe on social media in the aftermath of England’s victory.

She tweeted: “Congratulations, @England (Still just one team unbeaten by [England] so far in @EURO2020”

Johnson shared pictures of himself watching the game from Downing Street.

He began PMQs by congratulating the team on their victory.

The Prime Minister told MPs: "I know members from across this House will want to congratulate Gareth Southgate and his team on their 2-0 win against Germany at Wembley last night, the first time a men's team have beaten Germany in 55 years in a knockout game.

"We wish them all the best for their match against the Ukraine on Saturday and we will all be hoping against hope that this time, finally, football is coming home."

England’s win means they advance to the Euro 2020 quarter-final.

The team face Ukraine in Rome on Saturday night.

Despite their 0-0 draw with England at Wembley, Scotland were eliminated at the group stage after losing to the Czech Republic and Croatia at Hampden.