UEFA has suspended Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kúdela for one game on Tuesday.

The Czech will be punished for insulting Glen Kamara in the meeting with Rangers FC.

UEFA continues to investigate racism.

If there is still evidence of racism, the suspension of Kúdela can be extended to ten matches.

Rangers midfielder Kamara became furious about three weeks ago when Kúdela called him something with his hand over his mouth in the eighth finals of the Europa League.

Coach Steven Gerrard of Rangers then called on UEFA to take action, after which the European Football Association opened an investigation.

Slavia said that the player in question had abused a violation, but denied that there was any racism.

The eight-final game between Rangers and Slavia Prague got completely out of hand.

The Scottish club ended the return with nine men after red cards for Kemar Roofe and Leon Balogun.

Slavia eliminated Rangers in the round of 16.

Kúdela will now miss the first game with Arsenal in the quarterfinals on Thursday.

View the program for the Europa League here