After an investigation, there will be no FA action regarding the Gabriel-Jordan Henderson altercation in Arsenal's win over Liverpool.

The FA has stated that it will not take any further action in relation to an alleged incident involving Jordan Henderson and Gabriel.

Gabriel and Henderson got into a heated argument near the end of Arsenal's 3-2 win over Liverpool on October 9 after the home team was awarded a penalty.

An FA investigation was launched following claims that the England midfielder, who strongly denied the allegation, made a remark that enraged the Brazilian.

The FA, however, stated that "there is no case to answer" following a "full and thorough investigation" that included speaking with six players who were near the clash as well as Gabriel and Henderson.

The FA also confirmed that the "allegation was made in good faith" despite "none of the witnesses [hearing] the alleged comment."

The incident occurred after Arsenal was awarded a penalty kick in the 76th minute for Thiago Alcantara's challenge on Gabriel Jesus, which was upheld by VAR.

Referee Michael Oliver spoke to managers Mikel Arteta and Jurgen Klopp on the sidelines, but neither elaborated on the cause during their post-match press conferences.

Full FA statement

The FA stated in a statement issued on Wednesday: "Following an investigation into an allegation received by The FA in the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC on Sunday, October 9, 2022, The FA can confirm that no disciplinary action will be taken.

"The FA received a complaint about an incident in this game involving two players. The FA conducted a thorough investigation as a result of the complaint.

"The investigation included taking witness statements from the complainant and accused, as well as an additional six players who were in the vicinity of the alleged incident, reviewing multiple angles of video footage, and seeking evidence from independent linguistics experts. None of the witnesses heard the alleged remark, and the accused player vehemently denied the allegation throughout.

"While The FA is convinced that the allegation was made in good faith, it is also convinced that there is no case to answer.

"The FA continues to take all allegations seriously and would encourage anyone who believes they have been the victim or witness of abuse to report it through the proper channels. In any given season, the FA receives a large number of complaints and thoroughly investigates each one. After reviewing all of the evidence, not all cases will result in a charge being issued."