Motherwell striker Chris Long could be in trouble after he appeared to stand on Celtic captain Scott Brown during yesterday evening's clash at Fir Park.

The attacker stood on Brown's ankle as Celts racked up an impressive 4-0 victory over Stephen Robinson's men.

He avoided even a yellow card over the incident but could face retrospective punishment from SFA compliance officer Clare Whyte should he be adjudged to have deliberately aimed the 'stamp' at Brown.

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The Celtic captain was left writhing in agony on the deck after the coming together but managed to shake it off to play the 90 minutes of his side's important win.

It comes in the wake of a similar incident last weekend when Leigh Griffiths appeared to 'stamp' on Hamilton defender Sam Woods. However, the Scotland cap avoided being cited by the SFA.