The striker was sent off against West Ham on Sunday
Leicester City's fairy tale season took a small turn on Sunday as they drew 2-2 with West Ham.
Jamie Vardy was sent off during the game for a second yellow card after referee Jonathan Moss, and the England international made his feelings on the matter clear to him after he was given his marching orders.
On Monday afternoon, the Football Association revealed that Vardy would face a charge of improper conduct over his behaviour as a result.
A statement from the FA said that "Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct for his behaviour following his second-half dismissal against West Ham United on Sunday 17 April 2016.
"Leicester have also been charged for failing to control their players following the awarding of an 83rd-minute penalty to West Ham."
The FA also added that the player and the club would have until 6pm on April 21st to reply to the charge.