Mark McConville cheering on Uruguay (Supplied)
Cape Town - The Scottish fan who created a social media fracas by celebrating Uruguay beating England has been identified.
The man who trampled on the toes and spirits of the English has been identified as Mark McConville from Glasgow, according to the BBC.
After celebrating like a man born and bred in Montevideo or alternatively like Luis Suarez's brother, McConville's face was spread far and wide on Twitter.
Many English fans were infuriated by the sight of their neighbour supporting the opposition.
The 41-year-old, who was dressed in the Scotland away top and a tartan hat and ginger wig, was seen on TV waving a Saltire and cheering with Uruguay fans.
He was outed on Facebook by his brother who posted a picture of his now infamous brother Mark with the caption "Lookin' good".
Here is Mark McConville in action.