Aberdeen's Jayden Stockley faces no action from the Scottish Football Association for the challenge that led to Kieran Tierney 's facial injury in Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup final.

The Dons attacker caught the 19-year-old left-back with an arm midway through the first-half with the Hoops youngster consequently substituted and taken to hospital.

Tierney returned in time to collect his winners' medal and lift the trophy following the Parkhead club's last-gasp 2-1 victory which secured the domestic treble.

Stockley was not cautioned by referee Bobby Madden and given that the official witnessed the incident, there is no case to answer.

In his official Twitter account Stockley said on: "Support was unbelievable yesterday, thank you to all our incredible fans for the season, and no, it wasn't intentional in the slightest!"

Tierney stated on his official Twitter account that it was "worth a broken jaw haha" but, despite the injury, he has kept his place in Gordon Strachan's squad for Scotland's World Cup qualifier against England at Hampden Park on June 10.