Bridcutt's tackle could have ended Celtic ace's career says Hareide
Denmark boss was unhappy with the Leeds player's challenge on Erik Sviatchenko.
Denmark manager Age Hareide has hit out at Liam Bridcutt, claiming the Scotland midfielder's tackle on Erik Sviatchenko could have ended the Celtic defender's career.
Bridcutt, who is on loan at Leeds United from Sunderland, was booked for a two-footed lunge on Celtic's January signing with ten minutes of the game remaining at Hampden.
The tackle prompted an angry reaction from the Denmark players with Hareide calling on Gordon Strachan to speak to his player over the incident.
Hareide said: "It is red card. He could have broken Sviatchenko's leg, the way he dives in.
"I don't think he meant to be nasty, I just think he was over eager.
"But it was really bad. I saw television pictures afterwards and it was terrible.
"He could have taken his leg or his career.
"That boy should be spoken to and I hope Gordon will do that."