BBC presenter in Edinburgh with ‘hands of fire’ during Scotland v England coverage

Watch the hilarious moment a BBC presenter appears to have developed superhero powers during the Scotland v England match at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.

BBC Sport presenter Gabby Logan discussed the weather alongside fellow commentators Andrew Cotter, Brian Moore and Christ Paterson when she possessed the power of levitation and pyrotechnics.

A Twitter user posted the video, saying, “@GabbyLogan with unimaginable power #SixNations”

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Gabby retweeted this post with a laughing emoji, but there’s one part that’s missing the most, but has now highlighted it in replies.

One reply said, “Where are your legs?!”, while another jokingly replied, “Like one of those people in London who stand there all day, or float around.”

Gabby appears to be levitating and blasting fire from her hands, putting on quite a show before the game has even started for hosts Edinburgh.

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As Scotland led England 20-17, following a Finn Russell penalty, ScotRail got involved to cheer on the country.

ScotRail tweeted: “brb just let our drivers know to honk their horns when passing Murrayfield… #AsOne.”

After full time, Scotland retained the Calcutta Cup, which is awarded whenever these two bitter rivals meet in sport.

Scotland beat England 20-17 today at Murrayfield in Edinburgh, giving locals for miles around something to cheer about.