The Finland national team squad have stood in solidarity with their teammate and Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara after he was subjected to alledged racist abuse.

During the squad’s media obligations the players wore t-shirts with ‘I Stand With Glen’ printed on them, showing their support for the Ibrox player.

With club football paused at the moment for the international break, Kamara joined up with his national side for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers and friendlies.

Kamara currently has 27 senior caps for the Finnish national side and one goal too.

After their Europa League clash last week the Rangers player alleged that Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela subjected him to racial abuse.

Since the incident UEFA have opened an investigation into the alleged incident and flashpoints following the full-time whistle.

Police Scotland have also confirmed active investigations.

A statement from Police Scotland said: “We are investigating incidents of alleged racial abuse and a reported assault following the match between Rangers and Slavia Prague at Ibrox on Thursday, 18 March, 2021.

"Officers are liaising with both clubs and enquiries are continuing."

With the Rangers man being in fine form for the Ibrox outfit he will be hoping to continue this in his side’s World Cup qualifying campaign.

Finland are set to play Ukraine this weekend and then a friendly follows against Switzerland next Wednesday.