The Tottenham striker feared a three game ban after appearing to put his head into Azpilicueta’s face .
Harry Kane will face no further action from the Football Association following his bust-up with Cesar Azpilicueta.
The incident was deemed to be seen by referee Andre Marriner and his match officials and there cannot be subject to retrospective action.
striker Kane has feared a three game ban after appearing to put his head into Azpilicueta’s face.
But the bust-up was included in the officials’ match report and will not be taken further.
Spurs lost for the second time in a week as they were beaten 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Pedro opened the scoring before Kieran Trippier’s own-goal secured Chelsea’s win.
Kane was off colour as Spurs were beaten by their London rivals.
The incident with Azpilicueta occurred after Chelsea kicked the ball out for Trippier to receive treatment.
Kane pressured David Luiz who took exception before Chelsea skipper Azpilicueta clashed with the England star.
The defeat saw Spurs fall further adrift in the Premier League title race.
They now face a battle to finish in the top four with Arsenal closing the gap ahead of this weekend’s north London derby.
Arsenal are now just four points behind their fierce rivals while Manchester United , in fifth, are only five adrift.
Pochettino conceded after the match that their title hopes were over.
He added: “After Burnley I said it was difficult, and tonight makes it impossible to fight Man City andLiverpool
“Only they can win the league – we must fight to win games and to be fair.”