Martin Boyle hospitalised after nasty collision against Rangers

Subway Socceroos forward Martin Boyle was involved in a nasty first-half collision against Glasgow Rangers in the Scottish Cup Quarter Final at Easter Road.

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Boyle was attended to by the medical staffs of both clubs as well as a first aid team, receiving treatment for a lengthy period of time before being stretchered off the field and taken straight to hospital.

Hibs later released a statement following the 2-0 loss that the attacker was in a stable condition after suffering neck pain and a concussion following a first-half duel with Rangers centre-back John Souttar.

At this stage it is unclear how long Boyle will be out of action for.

Boyle has scored nine goals and laid on a further four assists in 33 appearances across all competitions for the Edinburgh-based side.