RAHEEM STERLING will face no further FA action after the Chelsea attacker was accused of throwing a missile into the Tottenham crowd.
The allegation centred on the Blues' celebrations in front of home fans after equalising in Monday's dramatic 4-1 Premier League win against their nine-man neighbours.
Cole Palmer tucked home a penalty and put his finger to his lips.
An object appeared to be hurled at Chelsea players from the crowd, with Sterling alleged to have thrown it back.
But the FA have reviewed the incident and decided there is no need to pursue a case against the 28-year-old.
Sterling later teed up the first of Nicolas Jackson's late three goals that clinched one of the Prem's most chaotic victories ever.
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Apart from red cards for Spurs duo Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie, referee Michael Oliver oversaw five disallowed goals and a handful of VAR disputes.
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