(Photo) – Kolar’s nasty cut and bloody face after horror kick from Rangers star Kemar Roofe left keeper needing to be stretchered off

A picture has now emerged of how the face of Slavia Prague goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar was left after a nasty challenge from Kemar Roofe in his side’s dispatching off Rangers in the Europa League.

In the 60th minute of the second-leg tie, Roofe tried to latch onto the end of a long ball, with the striker jumping up to control the ball as Kolar rushed out to collect.

Of course Roofe’s leg was fully outstretched and his high challenge to win the ball ultimately left his boots cutting across the face of the Slavia Prague keeper.

A straight red card was rightfully shown by the referee, whilst Kolar had to be stretchered off the field following the incident.

An image has now gone viral of Kolar’s face in the dressing room after Slavia knocked Rangers out, the Czech Republic international has been left with a massive cut across his forehead, as well as one under his left eye.

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This is how Kolar looked after he was initially bandaged up:

Thankfully, Roofe’s boot didn’t manage to cut into Kolar’s eye.

Leon Balogun was also sent off for Rangers just over 10 minutes after this incident, quite the dramatic and explosive exit for the Scottish champions from Europe.

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  1. runner says:

    Gerard is talking SUCH a bullshit though. Playing it for the cameras, coward. Lies, lies. He is just lying. Playing the racist card there. Not a good actor. Kamara is there to blame. Simple as that. He attacked player of the opposite team, after his team lost and ended in EL. This is the main story. Slavia had to call police. Gerard knows this very well. He is just covering up Kamara´s agressive behaviour. Crying on the camera. Playing the racist card. Yeah sure mate. I am not buying this. Kudela did not say anything like that. Of course he did not. He did say something to him yes, not in a racist way though. And rightly so, because of Kamara´s agressive behaviour on the pitch (he was unnecessarily kicking Slavia player which was already lying down after being tackled). Slavia Prague is not a racist team. They have few great players from Africa and other countries : Alexander Bah, Oscar Dorley, Benjamin Traore, Peter Olayinka, Abdalah Sima. Some of them are key players (Sima, Olayinka, Traore). And the whole team is great together! For instance Simon Deli (Ivory Coast) could not wait to return to Slavia Prague after one year in Belgian league. Watch the whole game. You would understand a bit more what really happened. Rangers were playing agressive and dirty since the very beginning. Did you not see how Roof seriously injured goalkeeper Kolar by kicking his head? Seriously disgusting behaviour by some Rangers players, but mostly by Gerard. Covering up behaviour of one of his players and telling lies. Playing the racist card. Awful. Utterly disappointing

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