Evra laughs 'last time England won a trophy dinosaurs were alive' as Man Utd icon sings into packet of 'fish and chips'

MANCHESTER UNITED legend Patrice Evra has been entertaining fans on social media by singing into some fish and chips.

The hilarious ex-footballer was dressed as one of the Gallagher brothers and joked dinosaurs were alive the last time England won a major trophy.

The 40-year-old posted a video on Twitter of him singing to support England ahead of their Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark.

Evra was part of the French squad that lost the Euro 2016 final to Portugal but is an England fan after spending nine seasons at United and West Ham.

The video starts with Evra wearing an Oasis-style wig and sunglasses, similar to what he wore to troll Liam Gallagher and Manchester City after their Champions League final defeat to Chelsea in May.

The former Premier League star holds some fish and chips – a nod to English culture ahead of the big game at Wembley.

He then begins to sing Fatboy Slim's iconic 1999 tune 'Praise You' into the meal and kisses the fish – which we hope was NOT real.

Evra goes on to shout 'IT'S MONDAY' down the camera – a famous catchphrase of his – before saying: "Everyone's been waiting for this for so long.

"Last time England won a trophy, even the dinosaurs were still alive!

"Come on chaps! You can do this! Come on!"


Evra then shakes his portion of fish and chips and shouts: "The fish is alive! The fish is alive!

"Are you ready for the craziness, the happiness? Oh my God!

"Go England! Go England! Go England! Coming home! Coming Home!

"Fish and chips! Fish and chips! I'm out!"

He then climbs out of his car's sunroof and then enters back in through the door and shouts 'I LOVE THIS GAME' – another popular Evra catchphrase.

The ex-Juventus defender is known for hilariously mocking people on social media, taking aim at former United colleague Paul Scholes and the England Soccer Aid team ahead of this year's charity match.

He also took a lot of joy in City's recent European heartbreak, sharing a photoshop of him and United legend Bobby Charlton trying to find the losing finalists' name on the UCL trophy.

Evra won plenty of trophies during his time at Old Trafford, including five Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008.

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