Football Association may take action over Jamie Vardy's reaction to red card
Published 17/04/2016 | 18:21
Jamie Vardy could face additional Football Association action for his reaction to being sent off in Leicester's draw with West Ham.
The 29-year-old opened the scoring on Sunday and was the centre of attention again in the 56th minute, having been adjudged to have taken a tumble under pressure from Angelo Ogbonna.
Vardy was given a second yellow card by referee Jonathan Moss during the 2-2 draw and his reaction could now lead to an additional ban.
The England striker will be sweating on the referee's report as, if the incident is included, he could face a charge for misconduct, raising the spectre of an additional ban.
Earlier this month, the FA gave Diego Costa an additional one-match suspension, £20,000 fine and warning as to his future conduct for the way he reacted to his second yellow card in Chelsea's FA Cup quarter-final at Everton.