The Scottish Football Association has been fined €20,000 by Uefa for disturbances at the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland, according to reports.
Flares were let off in the away section of Hampden during the game which finished 2-2.
A Scotland supporter also ran onto the pitch during the match to take a selfie with Poland striker Robert Lewandowski.
Stairways were also said to be blocked.
The Polish FA has been hit with a heavier punishment, landing a €40,000 fine. Uefa said objects were thrown from the away end and that there was fighting between supporters and the Hampden Park stewards.