London: Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct by the English Football Association.
The sanction relates to his reaction following his second-half dismissal in the Foxes' 2-2 EPL draw with West Ham on Sunday. Leicester have also been charged with failing to control their players after referee Jon Moss awarded the Hammers' an 83rd-minute penalty.
Vardy angrily confronted Moss after his second yellow card, awarded for diving after a tangle with Angelo Ogbonna.
The FA was waiting for the official's report into the incident but have now decided to charge the England striker, who is already due to miss Sunday's visit of Swansea. He could be hit with a further one-game suspension. He was also fined £20,000 and warned over his future conduct.