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Gabby Logan explains BBC decision as UEFA criticised over horrifying Barnabas Varga injury

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Gabby Logan has apologised after the BBC showed a replay of the incident that saw Barnabas Varga taken to hospital. Hungary striker Varga was injured after a sickening collision with Scotland keeper Angus Gunn.

The 29-year-old's head clashed with Gunn's arm, leaving the Hungarian in a serious conditionteammates. His teammates put him into the recovery position as the country's medical staff rushed onto the pitch.

A screen was then erected to block any sight of Vargas' treatment. The stretcher bearers then walked onto the pitch, with Hungary's players and coaching staff urging them to hurry.

The host broadcaster UEFA then opted to play a replay of the incident, with the BBC quickly cutting away to a wide-angle view of the Stuttgart Arena. READ MORE: UEFA issue statement after Ronaldo security plea READ MORE: United's Southgate reality clear After the match concluded, Logan offered her best wishes to Varga before explaining that the BBC were unhappy UEFA allowed a replay of the incident to be shown.

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