The Football Association will take no action against Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo following an alleged stamp on Eden Hazard.
The Chelsea winger appeared to be caught by the Argentine during Monday’s FA Cup clash at Stamford Bridge, which was won by the Blues.
Reports had suggested Rojo was facing a possible suspension due to the clash, though the incident cannot go to a review panel as the referee’s report confirmed Michael Oliver and his officials saw Rojo’s actions at the time they occurred and refused to punish the Argentine.
Rojo escaping a potential three-game ban for violent conduct is fortunate for United, who are already without Ander Herrera and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the Premier League matches against Middlesbrough and West Brom.
Monday was the second time Herrera has been sent off for two bookable offences this season, with the Spain midfielder now serving a two-match domestic ban.
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