Hearts midfielder Jamie Hamill is to face a disciplinary hearing after knocking Ross County manager Derek Adams to the ground on Saturday.
The 27-year-old was shown a second yellow card following the celebrations that followed his successful penalty kick in a 2-0 victory at Tynecastle.
It appeared Hamill would escape with a one-match ban for the sending off.
But he has now been issued with a notice of complaint by Scottish FA compliance officer Vincent Lunny.
Hamill is being accused of breaking disciplinary rule 201 - which includes "any physical violence" - through "excessive misconduct at a match by knocking Derek Adams, manager of Ross County FC, to the ground".
A hearing has been arranged for Thursday 8 May and and the player has until 30 April to respond.
Hamill will miss this weekend's Edinburgh derby against Hibernian and could now face a further suspension.