Ryan Kent charged by SFA for lashing out at Scott Brown
Rangers winger faces a two-match ban over incident during Sunday's Old Firm clash.
Rangers winger Ryan Kent has been charged by the Scottish Football Association for lashing out at Scott Brown during Sunday's Old Firm clash.
The incident was missed by referee Bobby Madden, but Kent has now been handed a notice of complaint and faces a two-match ban.
If the suspension is accepted, Kent will miss Wednesday night's meeting with Hearts and Sunday's visit to Motherwell.
However, should Rangers contest the ban, a disciplinary hearing will take place on Thursday.
Kent, 22, appeared to strike the Celtic captain as the teams prepared to restart following James Forrest's 85th-minute winner for the hosts.
The on-loan Liverpool man had earlier levelled for Rangers after Odsonne Edouard gave Celtic the lead.
In a bad-tempered clash, Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos was sent off for elbowing Brown in the first-half, while left-back Andy Halliday was shown a second yellow after the final whistle.
Morelos later apologised for his fifth red card of the season, which will leave him on the sidelines for the next four games.
Other players and the clubs themselves could yet face SFA action for the melee which broke out at the end of the game.