Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has been charged with improper conduct, the Football Association has announced.
Warnock has been charged with three breaches of the rules over his comments after the Chelsea game two weeks ago.
The charges relate to post-match interviews during which he labelled English Premier League officials as the worst in the world.
The officials failed to spot Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta being offside when he headed in a late equaliser before Ruben Loftus-Cheek netted a stoppage-time winner.
"It is alleged that comments he made in a post-match interview with the BBC, and a post-match interview with Sky Sports, following the Premier League game against Chelsea on 31 March 2019, were improper in that they questioned the integrity of the match official and/or implied bias," Friday's FA statement read.
"It is further alleged that comments he made in a TalkSport Radio interview on 1 April 2019 constitute improper conduct and/or bring the game into disrepute."
In the TalkSport interview, Warnock said his wife had told him she would not have stopped him "if you had wanted to thump the referee and linesman".
"We're having too many honest mistakes and it's always the top teams who get the decisions," he said.
"You almost begin to think, is it me? Is it payback time for all the years I've shouted at referees? Have they all got together now and said, 'let's get him out of this place'?"
Warnock has until 6:00pm on April 16 to respond to the charges.
Australian Associated Press