Police are investigating a brawl between players at the end of the Scottish Premiership play-off final between Rangers and Motherwell.
At full time in Sunday’s match, Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni kicked and punched Motherwell’s Lee Erwin after being pushed by the striker.
Other players and officials from the teams then tried to break up the trouble with further scuffles breaking out.
It resulted in red cards for Mohsni, Erwin and Motherwell substitute Fraser Kerr.
Motherwell won the match 3-0 and the two-legged tie 6-1 on aggregate to maintain their place in the Scottish Premiership and confine Rangers to a second season in the Championship.
Motherwell fans also ran onto the pitch at the end of the match to celebrate in front of the Rangers support before being cleared by stewards and police.
Police Scotland released a statement “in response to the disturbance at the end of the Motherwell v Rangers match”.
Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins said: “Police Scotland will conduct a full review of the circumstances and liaise with the appropriate partners, and decide how best to take the matter forward over the coming days.”
Speaking to BT Sport after the game, Erwin said: “I tried to shake his hand to wish him all the best but he told me to ‘f’ off and reacted badly.
“I pushed him away and he reacted badly. A player at a club at that level should not be acting like that. It’s embarrassing for him and the club.”
Rangers manager Stuart McCall said he missed the incident, but described such behaviour as “unacceptable”.
“I know you’re not going to believe me but, hand on heart, I’ve not seen it,” he said. “I was down the tunnel and then heard the roar so came running back.
“If what you are telling me about the incident is true, then it’s obviously unacceptable and totally disgraceful.
“No-one can condone that sort of behaviour. Bilel’s contract is up, but that’s totally unacceptable.
“I don’t know if the club can take any action against him but I don’t think there is any doubt he won’t be at the football club next season.”
Motherwell boss Ian Baraclough said: “The game doesn’t need it, Scottish football doesn’t need it. There were two teams battling it out over 180 minutes, they gave it absolutely everything.
“For one or two individuals to ruin it, tarnish it, is a shame.”