West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has landed a Football Association charge for improper conduct relating to his actions in the 2-2 draw with West Brom on Saturday.
The Croatian was sent to the stands by referee Michael Oliver after reacting angrily to Gareth McAuley's injury-time equaliser, which saw him throw a television microphone to the ground.
His assistant, Nikola Jurcevic, has also been charged with improper conduct, having earlier remonstrated the decision to rule out a Hammers goal for offside.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has been charged for alleged improper conduct: https://t.co/Jmx3Jr1KbZ
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Bilic expressed his frustration with the officiating at the London Stadium in his post-match press conference, saying it left him "very, very angry".
He added: "There were four or five decisions and all of them went totally against us. It's building up your frustration."
This is why we love Slav… pic.twitter.com/kaqbP0UCSt
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