Arsenal and Manchester City have been charged by the English FA for for failing to control their players during Wednesday’s Premier League match.
Manchester City earned a vital 3-1 win leapfrog Arsenal on the Premier League log.
Arsenal and Manchester City players surrounded the referee at different times during the game.
The Gunners protested when Haaland was awarded a penalty, a decision which was overturn by VAR.
Man City players also voiced their discontent when Arsenal were awarded a first half penalty.
In a statement, the FA said: “It’s alleged that both clubs failed to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion, with Arsenal’s players surrounding the match official during the 56th minute, and Manchester City’s doing so during the 42nd and 64th minutes.”
Both clubs have until Tuesday to respond to the charges.
Arsenal will hope to bounce back from the loss to Man City when they visit Aston Villa on Saturday.
Manchester City will take on Nottingham Forest on the same day at the City Ground.