ROBBIE BRADY will miss Ireland’s meeting with Moldova on Sunday after being knocked out in the 1-0 win over Georgia on Thursday night.
The Norwich winger, one of Ireland’s best performers at Euro 2016, was stretchered off late on in the Aviva Stadium clash and required oxygen and a neck brace.
Brady regained consciousness soon after, but spent the night in hospital with concussion, and the FAI have now confirmed that he has left the squad.
The Dubliner underwent a precautionary scan on Friday, but he has been cleared by the FAI medical staff, although not to play on Sunday.
After hitting the ground already out cold following an aerial battle, Brady’s team-mate Jon Walters and, rather sportingly, Georgia defender Guram Kashia rushed to his aide to put him in the recovery position.