Norwich have been charged by the EFL for failing to control their players during Sunday’s 3-0 victory against Ipswich Town.
The match was a feisty encounter, with Ipswich boss Paul Lambert handling himself with tremendous dignity and respect at all times, ultimately deciding to go and sit in the stand when his legs got a bit tired.
An early strike from Onel Hernandez was consolidated in the second half by a Teemu Pukki brace, and the gulf between the two East Anglian sides grew ever wider.
With one team threatening the upper reaches of the table, and the other being entirely threatened by the cellar, tensions were running high at Carrow Road.
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The simmering pot boiled over however when Alan Judge dived in on Canaries full-back Max Aarons, prompting a brawl that was admittedly more handbags than any kind of royal rumble.
Nevertheless, the authorities have seen fit to charge both teams for failing to control their players.
Lambert himself was also charged with misconduct.