FC Copenhagen striker Michael Santos has been charged with assaulting a police officer during their Europa League match against Celtic on Thursday.
Santos scored the opening goal of the game as Copenhagen overcame the Scottish champions 3-1 at Celtic Park to progress to the last 16.
The striker had an altercation with an officer in front of their travelling supporters after Copenhagen's second goal late on.
Tempers flared as stewards and other policemen stepped in to prevent any escalation in tensions...
A Celtic fan has been jailed for 10 months after punching three police horses before a Scottish Cup match.
Kevin McGuire, 36, was part of a group of supporters who attacked officers ahead of Celtic's 3-0 victory over Airdrie in January 2019.
McGuire was found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to three police horses, assaulting two police officers and acting in a threatening and abusive manner.
The supporter has also been handed a five-year ban from every football ground in the UK.
Daniel Arzani's return to action for Scottish giants Celtic has boosted hopes the 21-year-old midfielder could yet feature for Australia at this year's Olympic Games.
Arzani was a late substitute in Celtic's 2-1 Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle on Monday, replacing fellow Socceroo Tom Rogic.
It was Arzani's first senior appearance for the Hoops since injuring a knee on debut against Dundee in October 2018.
That injury cost Arzani any chance of featuring for the Olyroos at the AFC Under-23...
Scotland international Christie was charged with violent conduct following Celtic's 2-1 loss in the fixture, and a hearing on Monday upheld a two-game ban, with a further game added as a result of a previous red card against Livingston.
Christie had been shown a yellow card by referee Kevin Clancy earlier in the...