Kieran Tierney's Euro 2024 campaign looks to be over. 

The former Celtic defender pulled up with a serious-looking injury on the hour-mark as Scotland take on Switzerland.

The 27-year-old was pushed off the ball by Swiss striker Ndoye, who missed a golden chance to fire his country into a 2-1 lead. 

And as Tierney struggled to keep his balance, the Arsenal player appeared to jar his leg, with his studs sticking in the turf. 

He immediately signalled to the bench that he needed to come off, as he remained on the floor in clear discomfort. 

Tierney was stretchered off the pitch, with Scott McKenna substituted on in his place.

It's yet another major injury blow for Steve Clarke to deal with. Lyndon Dykes, Aaron Hickey, Lewis Ferguson and Nathan Patterson were all ruled out of the Euros through injury.

More to follow.