Aberdeen attacker Jayden Stockley will face no disciplinary action for his part in Celtic defender Kieran Tierney’s injury in the Scottish Cup final.
The Dons attacker caught the 19-year-old left-back with an arm midway through the first-half with the Hoops youngster consequently substituted and taken to hospital.
Tierney returned in time to collect his winners’ medal and lift the trophy following the Parkhead club’s 2-1 victory which secured the domestic treble.
Stockley was not cautioned by referee Bobby Madden and given the official witnessed the incident, there is no case to answer.
Stockley protested his innocence following the game on social media, stressing the collision had been accidental.
SFA compliance officer Tony McGlennan agreed with Stockley after deciding to take no further action.
Tierney, who claimed to have suffered a broken jaw in the aftermath, may still need an operation but has declared himself fit for Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against England on June 10 at Hampden.