Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel and Tottenham counterpart Antonio Conte have been charged by the Football Association following their touchline fracas during Sunday's Premier League draw.
The pair clashed twice at Stamford Bridge, causing two melees as tempers flared during a fiery London derby which saw Spurs snatch a 2-2 draw with a last-gasp Harry Kane goal.
Both managers were booked for the first bust-up, then sent off at full-time when a niggly handshake sparked further ugly scenes.
The FA confirmed on Monday evening that Tuchel and Conte now had a charge to answer.
"Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte have both been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3, following the Premier League fixture between Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC on Sunday 14 August 2022," the FA's statement read.
"It is alleged that the behaviour of both managers was improper following the end of the fixture. Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte have until Thursday 18 August 2022 to provide their respective responses."
Tuchel could yet face further charges with the FA set to investigate the German's post-match comments as he claimed "maybe it would be better" for Anthony Taylor not to referee Chelsea again, with the Blues boss incensed that both of Spurs' goals stood.
Kalidou Koulibaly volleyed home Marc Cucurella's corner, before Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg hit back for Spurs.
Reece James fired home to put Chelsea back in front in the closing stages, only for Kane to nod home in the sixth minute of second-half added time.
Tuchel lamented both Spurs' goals being allowed to stand, claiming Richarlison was offside for Hojbjerg's effort.
The Blues were then left furious that Cristian Romero was not punished for pulling Cucurella's hair, with a VAR check ruling out a red card but then not imposing any sanction.
More than 90,000 people have signed an online petition demanding Taylor be blocked from refereeing Chelsea again.
Chelsea supporters have long claimed an agenda from Taylor against them, and Tuchel did not dampen those flames when speaking after Sunday's tetchy but compelling draw.
Asked if he thinks Taylor should not referee Chelsea again, Tuchel replied on Sunday: "Maybe it would be better, maybe it would be better.
"But honestly we also have VAR to help make the right decisions.
"Since when can players have their hair pulled, since when is that? And if he does not see it, I don't blame him - I didn't see it.
"But we have people at VAR who check this, and then you see it. And then what? And how can this not be a free-kick, and then a red card? How?
"This does not even have to do with the referee in this case. If he does not see something that's why we have people to check if this is a decisive error or not."
When asked again about Chelsea supporters' concerns about Taylor's officiating, Tuchel continued: "I don't think that just some of the fans think that: I can assure you that the whole dressing room of us, every person thinks that.
"Not only the fans. You know the players, they know what's going on when they are on the pitch. They know it."
Asked if the players are worried when Taylor is in charge, Tuchel added: "Yeah, of course."
And when it was put to him that he will most likely face a touchline ban for next weekend's Premier League trip to Leeds, Tuchel said: "So, good! I cannot coach but the referee can whistle the next game."