The Spain international will not receive any further punishment from the Football Association after he grabbed and scratched the Tottenham defender's face in Saturday's encounter
The Blues striker faced the prospect of having his one-match ban extended by a further three games, however the FA will not be taking any further action against the Spaniard after the fracas was spotted by a match official.
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"One of the match officials saw the coming together of the two players, albeit not in its entirety.
"In these particular circumstances, in line with The FA’s policy on when retrospective action may be taken, reviewed this summer by the game’s stakeholders (the Premier League, the Football League, the Professional Footballers’ Association, the League Managers’ Association, Professional Game Match Officials Limited and the National Game), no action may be taken."
The 29-year-old was sent off later in the match after another incident with Vertonghen, prompting Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho to hit out the Belgium international.
The dismissal means Torres will miss Chelsea’s trip to face Norwich in the Premier League on Sunday.