Both Manchester United and Crystal Palace will be charged by the FA after the two teams clashed during their game last weekend.
Crystal Palace and Man United played out a fiercely contested game last Saturday with Erik ten Hag’s side walking away with the win.
Bruno Fernandes opened the scoring with a calm penalty before Marcus Rashford doubled their lead but chaos struck in the 70th minute.
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Players from both sides were involved in a squirmish on the sideline with Casemiro eventually receiving a red card after grabbing Will Hughes by the neck.
Palace pulled a goal back minutes later but the Red Devils were able to hold out until full-time. Now almost a week later, the FA has released a statement condemning the actions from both sides and issuing them a fine.
Regulation and Discipline update on @ManUtd and @CPFC: pic.twitter.com/N3vqKpbPmF
— FA Spokesperson (@FAspokesperson) February 9, 2023
The FA has tried to crack down on misconduct from Premier League sides in recent months, they charged Arsenal twice in back-to-back weeks for protesting against officials.