UEFA have launched an investigation into an alleged racist incident aimed at Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara during last night's Nations League match between Finland and Montenegro. 

The Ibrox star played 90 minutes as his country defeated their rivals 2-0 thanks to goals from Oliver Antman and Benjamin Kallman.

But the fixture was marred by an alleged racist incident and UEFA are now looking into the flashpoint.

A statement from the Finnish FA read: "UEFA has started an investigation into the racist behaviour of a Montenegrin player towards Glen Kamara.

"Finland won the UEFA Nations League match played in Podgorica with a score of 0-2.

"Neither the Finnish Football Federation nor the Finnish team will comment on the matter for the time being. We will find out more details."

Kamara was previously targetted with racist abuse from Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela during a Europa League match in 2021.

The Czech Republic international was found guilty and as a result received a 10-game ban following the incident.