Brentford were playing Ipswich at Portman Road
Alan Judge's hopes of making the plane to France have been dashed following a concerning injury he picked while playing for Brentford in the Championship.
In what looks a worrying injury, the recently capped international was stretchered off the field following a clash with Ipswich player Luke Hyam, who was shown yellow for the incident.
Judge was treated on the field for several minutes and was given oxygen by paramedics before being taken away by ambulance.
Initial reports suggest that his season could be over, and gone with it are his hopes of making Ireland's squad for the Euros, which is set to be named in six weeks.
3' @10judgey is down and in a lot of pain, Hyam flies into him with a strong challenge and picks up a yellow card, stretcher on now (0-0)— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) April 9, 2016
6' Judge is still down, paramedics on the pitch attending to the Irish midfielder (0-0)— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) April 9, 2016
9' Judge is now on the golf trolley, his right leg is in a brace, Kerschbaumer is on to replace him, applause from all four sides (0-0)— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) April 9, 2016
45' We will have 9 minutes added time after the earlier injury to @10judgey (0-1)— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) April 9, 2016
The stretcher on to take Alan Judge off. Fingers crossed it's not as bad as it looks. pic.twitter.com/cRYWflCuxD— Tom Moore (@TomMooreJourno) April 9, 2016
Alan Judge stretchered off with bad injury for Brentford at Ipswich. Not just Euros at stake; expected to make Premier League move in summer— Daniel McDonnell (@McDonnellDan) April 9, 2016