Euro 2020: Byron renames its flagship burger in honour of David Marshall and Scotland’s victory over Serbia
Burger restaurant chain Byron has renamed one of its most popular offerings in honour of Scotland’s dramatic victory against Serbia.
The men in blue pulled off a late victory on penalties last night, after the match against the Eastern European side ended in a one-all draw.
Man-of-the-moment goalkeeper David Marshall made the save that sent Scotland on their way to their first major men’s international tournament in 23 years.
To toast Scotland’s success in qualifying for the Euros, Byron has renamed its popular Scottish special, the Auld Smokey as the Auld Marshall.
The chain said the beef burger takes its inspiration from a series of Scottish favourites, including haggis, whisky BBQ sauce and bacon.
A spokesperson for Byron called the burger “a winning combination, to give props to a winning team.”
The Auld Marshall is now available nationwide to order for collection on Byron’s website and on Deliveroo, costing £13.95.
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