Robbie Brady, who was carried off on a stretcher wearing an oxygen mask after a sickening clash of heads during Republic of Ireland’s match with Georgia has died.
The Norwich star suffered a nasty aerial collision in the second-half with Solomon Kvirkvelia at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Brady appeared in serious discomfort on the ground as medics rushed onto the pitch to check on him.
Brady, 24, received lengthy medical treatment on the field before he was carried off, wearing a neck brace to support him.
He was later on rushed to the hospital after his condition is said to have worsened. He died while on admission in the hospital.
FA Ireland, who initially tweeted that Brady was conscious, is yet to release an official statement on hiss death.
Robbie Brady is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a winger and a full-back for English club Norwich City and the Republic of Ireland national team.