Sky Blues brothers, Jack and George Burroughs both made their international debut's for Scotland earlier this month.
International debut🏴 pic.twitter.com/EnrZo8rfws— Jack Burroughs (@_jackburroughs) February 18, 2019
Jack, who made his debut for Mark Robins' side earlier this season, was called-up to the Scotland Under-19 side for the fixtures against Spain and Azerbaijan.
The midfielder made his debut against Azerbaijan, starting the game at the Pinatar Arena in a 2-0 win.
Unfortunately, Jack was forced off after 40 minutes after picking up an injury which he was unable to recover from.
FULL TIME | Scotland 2-1 Hungary— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) February 8, 2019
Goals from Stuart McKinstry and Reece McAlear seal a second half fightback, meaning #SCO17s head back to Scotland undefeated.
Well done, lads.#YoungTeam pic.twitter.com/mudr2xIPbo
Elsewhere, brother George also started from the off for Scotland Under-17s, as they were victorious in a 2-1 win over Hungary.
George was substituted at half-time as he followed in brother Jack's foot-steps of making his debut.
The fixture was also at the Pinatar Arena, as Scotland came from behind to pick up the win in the international friendly.
Everyone here at Coventry City would like to congratulate the duo on their international debuts for Scotland Under-19s and 17's.