Slavia Prague have confirmed goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar suffered a fractured skull following Kemar Roofe's challenge during last night's Europa League clash.

The Rangers attacker was sent off just six minutes after coming off the bench for a very late high boot on Kolar. Roofe's studs caught the stopper on the face and he needed stitches after being subbed off at Ibrox.

Now the club have confirmed their goalie will be taken to hospital with the injury upon their return to Prague. A short statement read: "At night medical examination in Glasgow revealed frontal sinus fracture on Ondrej Kolar's head. He will be transported to hospital after the team's arrival in Prague."

Slavia president Jaroslav Tvrdik shared a gruesome photo of the bloody gash sustained by Kolar after the challenge, adding: "Ondra, especially if you're okay, please. That's the most important thing today!"

The injury was just one talking point following the 2-0 win for Slavia on the night, 3-1 on aggregate, to knock Gers out of the competiton. Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara was allegedly subjected to racist abuse by Ondrej Kudela.

We told how Steven Gerrard insisted he would back his player 100 percent despite Slavia claims there had been no racist abuse uttered from their player. They also claim Kudela was PUNCHED by Kamara and that their players and coaching staff were not allowed entry to the changing rooms after the action.