Villa have been given a £60,000 fine for failing to control their players.
Aston Villa have been dealt a £60,000 fine by the FA and warned about the future conduct of their players after s scuffle during the 1-0 defeat to Leicester City, reports the BBC.
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Leicester sit bottom of the Premier League table and the 1-0 victory over Villa has given them a boost as they face a serious battle against relegation.
However, the victory was overshadowed by controversy as the Foxes’ Matt James was sent off for a bad challenge in stoppage time, while Villa’s Ciaran Clark was shown a second yellow for his reaction.
James’ tackle sparked off a brawl between the two sides – and it’s more fight than Nigel Pearson’s men have shown all season as they struggle in the bottom-three.
The Claret and Blues have now received almost as many fines as they have wins this season – with this being their third offence. They were also fined £20,000 in the 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur and £30,000 in the 1-1 draw against Manchester United.