Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has been charged by the FA following an incident at the end of their match against Arsenal.

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has been charged with 'improper conduct' following his comments on referee Anthony Taylor's decision during the moody Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur, the Federation announced on Monday. English football (FA). Tuchel accused Taylor and video assistant referee (VAR) Mike Dean of making poor decisions which ultimately helped Spurs trail Stamford Bridge by one point as tempers flared and he and his counterpart Antonio Conte were blushing. Dean admitted last week he made a mistake by not asking Taylor to look into an incident in which Spurs' Cristian Romero pulled the hair of Chelsea defender Marc Cucurella, a decision which infuriated Tuchel. "It is alleged that the manager's comments during his post-match press conference constitute inappropriate behavior they imply bias and/or question the integrity of the referee and/or bring discredit to the game," the FA said.