Huddersfield manager David Wagner and Leeds boss Garry Monk have been charged with improper conduct after their heated touchline clash on Sunday.

Wagner and Monk were sent to the stands after becoming embroiled in a row following Huddersfield's 90th-minute winner against their Championship promotion rivals at the John Smith's Stadium.

Wagner sprinted down the touchline to celebrate Michael Hefele's goal and as he walked back to the home dugout through Monk's technical area, the Leeds manager appeared to barge into the German.

That sparked a melee between the bosses and players from both teams, with referee Simon Hooper booking Leeds captain Liam Bridcutt and defender Pontus Jansson and Huddersfield's Elias Kachunga.

Wagner and Monk both later apologised for letting their emotions run wild.

But Wagner has been charged with two counts of improper conduct and Monk with one charge of improper conduct.

Both clubs have also been charged with failing to control their players by the Football Association.

All parties have until 1800 GMT on February 10 to respond to the charges.

The victory took Huddersfield above their west Yorkshire rivals Leeds to fourth place in the second tier, six points off the automatic promotion spots.