The midfielder was given a straight red card by referee Alan Muir in the 94th minute after appearing to knee and headbutt Kirk Broadfoot.
The incident was actually caught on camera by a supporter and doesn’t reflect well on Jack:
— talkingbaws (@talkingbaws) October 25, 2017
This is another view of the situation – this time from behind the goal:
— Dave Aitken (@DJ8KEN) October 25, 2017
Jack definitely appears to plant his head on Broadfoot, with the former Rangers defender immediately falling to the ground.
But does he even attempt to knee Broadfoot? Or is he trying to get his own foot out the way of his opponent’s?
Regardless, it’s a situation that Jack should have stayed away from considering teammate Daniel Candeias was just about to hit a penalty that could have secured a win for his side.
Instead, Jack was sent off, Candeias missed and Kilmarnock broke up the park to equalise through Chris Burke to grab a 1-1 draw.