Rangers star Jordan Jones has reportedly been ruled out of Northern Ireland's Euro 2020 double-header after injuring himself in a horror lunge at Celtic's Moritz Bauer.

Winger Jones came on for Gers as a sub in their 2-0 defeat to their rivals at Ibrox yesterday.

The Gers had already accepted defeat when Jones smashed into Celtic's new signing Bauer before he was rightly sent-off.

Rangers star Jordan Jones leaves Ibrox on crutches after he's sent-off for horror tackle vs Celtic

We told how the playmaker came off worse in the challenge, though, and left the ground on crutches.

And now, according to the Scottish Sun, Jones looks likely to miss his countries' international games against Luxembourg and Germany.

Jones' manager Steven Gerrard was raging and blasted his player for the "silly" tackle.

Rangers star Jordan Jones' horror tackle on Celtic's Bauer was for fans, claims Gordon Strachan

Speaking on the whistle, Gerrard said: "He totally deserved it.

"You don’t kick people when the ball is already gone. And get a silly red card and also get yourself injured.

"I can’t defend Jordan on that. It is the one moment where we have lost control since coming back this season."