A NEW song has been adopted by the Tartan Army … and they couldn’t stop singing it in Dublin.
The Isley Brothers’ 60s hit Twist and Shout was sung loud and proud by the 10,000-strong travelling supporters all day as they invaded Temple Bar.
This video shows the away fans dancing and having a great time as they exited the Aviva Stadium after the game.
Scotland drew 1-1 in their Euro 2016 qualifying match with Ireland.
Aberdeen-raised Shaun Maloney equalised after Jonathan Walters put the home side ahead in the first half.
Videos of Motherwell fans singing the song, which was covered by The Beatles, after their two Premiership play-off wins over Rangers went viral on the internet.
And it looks like the Tartan Army have added a new one to the songbook, which already stretches from Balamory to Doe a Deer.