THE First Minister Humza Yousaf was spotted celebrating with the Scottish rugby team following their victory over England in the Six Nations.

Scotland defeated England 30-21 to take home the Calcutta Cup on Saturday. It is the fourth year in a row that Scotland have lifted the trophy.

Commenting after the match, the First Minister said the side had made the whole of Scotland proud.

“Well done @Scotlandteam a brilliant performance, you have made the whole country proud.

“Scotland fans were absolutely superb. A special shout out to Dr James Robson who has served Scottish Rugby for more than 30 years and retiring. Not a bad final home game to end on!”.

Yousaf was pictured alongside his wife Nadia El-Nakla pretending to drink from the Calcutta Cup and posing with the trophy alongside Dr Robson.

Scots wing Duhan van der Merwe became the first player to score a Calcutta Cup hat-trick for Scotland.

The victory means England have won just one of their last seven meetings with Scotland.