Chelsea and West Brom punished over ugly scenes after late James McClean equaliser

Diego Costa was involved in a confrontation with Baggies players

Chelsea, West Brom, Diego Costa

Chelsea's Diego Costa (left) complains to referee Anthony Taylor after he blew the whistle for half-time whilst Chelsea were on the counter attack (Picture by: Steve Paston / PA Wire/Press Association Images)

Chelsea and West Brom have both been hit with fines after stormy scenes during their Premier League game at Stamford Bridge earlier this month.

Chelsea must pay £65,000, while their opponents have to shell out £35,000.

A mass confrontation occurred after a clash between Diego Costa and Claudio Yacob.

Ireland winger James McClean, who was booed throughout that game by the Chelsea home crowd, scored West Brom's late equaliser in that 2-2 draw.

The ill-tempered match was then followed by a confrontation between Costa and a number of West Brom players.