This is the moment Glen Kamara yelled "racist, racist" after Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela allegedly racially abused the Rangers man last night.

There was fury on the Ibrox pitch after Kudela made a beeline for Kamara, clasped his hands and whispered in his opponent's ear. But the Gers midfielder made it clear what he had heard, pointing at the Czech defender and shouting: "Racist. Racist!"

Footage was captured on both BT Sport and Rangers TV of the midfielder shouting at the player and referee before tempers erupted further.

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We told last night, during the 2-0 win for Slavia to see them through 3-1 on aggregate, that Steven Gerrard insisted he would unequivocally back his player amid the allegations of racism after building a rapport with Kamara over his three years in charge at Rangers.

"I have to be very careful what I say," Gerrard began. "But you build relationships in football. I have a very, very strong relationship with Glen Kamara. Glen Kamara to me is one of my own, like the majority, all in that dressing room.

“I 100 per cent believe what he is saying in terms of the accusation. Other players around him heard it so I will stand toe to toe with Glen Kamara and I’ll deal with this however Glen wants to deal with it.

“I am proud of all my players, tonight showing solidarity and from the top of this club to the bottom we stand with the players. This situation is over to UEFA now. I just hope it doesn’t get brushed under the carpet.

“I feel angry. It’s difficult to describe how I feel now because I know Glen and I trust him 100 per cent. It’s extremely disappointing. There is too much of it happening around football.

“The Slavia player has caused this and he has also caused a situation like this to escalate even further because straight away you get the fans joining in and the racism grows and grows. Something needs to happen quickly. That is above me. But 100 per cent I stand beside Glen Kamara, whatever happens going forward.

“There was a lot of commotion around which we tried to defuse and this will be dealt with by UEFA. UEFA will take this upon them I’m sure they will speak to both players and we will let other people deal with it.

READ MORE: Slavia Prague release explosive statement denying racist abuse and claiming Glen Kamara PUNCHED Kudela

“All I can confirm is that my player tells me he was racially abused. It tried to call Glen over during the game, he didn’t come over. I was going to ask him did he want to leave the pitch and I would have backed him whatever his decision was, but the payers stayed on the pitch. That was their decision and the game came to a conclusion.

“This will be taken out of my hands now and dealt with by UEFA. I just hope with all my heart that people deal with it because that situation was not normal. If I wanted to say something to you on a football pitch why do I need to cover my mouth and go to the ear. The game’s done in terms of the result at the time, we have nine men they are 2-0 up there is absolutely no need for it.”

Slavia Prague vehemently denied the claims of racism in an explosive statement following the action, claiming Gerrard witnessed their player get PUNCHED by Kamara after the game.

Their statement said: "Slavia resolutely denies the disgusting accusation of one of the team captains Ondřej Kúdela of racist behaviour. Already the founders of our club gave us crest where white colour means “the purity of the idea of sports and fair contest where the rival is not our enemy, but respected opponent.” Today, Slavia is an international club based on respect for our opponents and mutual respect of all people and cultures.

"After one of the brutal fouls, Ondřej Kúdela spoke to one of the Rangers players. “I told him ‘You f***ing guy’. It was said in emotions, but I absolutely deny there was anything racist in those words,” Kúdela stated.

"Slavia players faced an unprecedentedly malicious play from their opponents. They have never experienced such play in any game they participated in modern history of the European competitions. Many brutal tackles resulted in injuries of our players. Goalkeeper Ondřej Kolář was taken to hospital with ten stitches on his head.

"After the end of the game, the team was not allowed to enter the dressing room. Ondřej Kúdela was assaulted by player Kamara and hit with fists in the head when Rangers manager Steven Gerrard witnessed the incident. Even the UEFA representatives who were also present on the site of the incident were shocked by this behaviour.

"The team is now safe accompanied by the Scottish police."