Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been fined by MLS over a "slap" on Lee Nguyen in the Los Angeles derby.
The LA Galaxy striker avoided a suspension after clashing with Nguyen during Friday's draw.
The former Sweden international, though, drew criticism for his role in a row with Nguyen during the game.
"Not too sure about the rules @MLS but I guess slapping other players is ok these days," Nguyen wrote on Twitter.
And MLS has now confirmed Ibrahimovic has been fined "an undisclosed amount for violating the league's policy regarding hands to the face, head or neck of an opponent".
Ibrahimovic is free to take on Real Salt Lake in Galaxy's next game on Saturday, with his team seeking to end a five-match wait for a win.