Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings will confront no untoward activity over an incident which left facial injuries to Reading’s Nelson Oliveira.

The ex-Nottingham Forest striker sustained heavy facial cuts and a suspected broken nose.

No charges will be brought against the defender, as the game officials saw it at some time.

Reading submitted on societal networking:“As a team, we ensured that the referee and the FA have been fully aware of an incident during Saturday’s game which brought harm to our striker, Nelson Oliveira.

“But as the incident was seen by the ref during time, we understand no retrospective actions can or can be accepted by the FA.”

Mings, who was earning his Villa debut after joining on loan from Bournemouth, said on Twitter after he sensed”awfully sorry” to get Oliveira and “no body believed worse than him” in regards to the Portuguese forward’s injury.

Oliveira, who is on loan at Reading from Norwich, is currently recovering after having surgery on Sunday.

At a post on Insta-gram about Monday, the 27-year-old resisted the medical group at the Royal Berkshire Hospital who’d treated him in the aftermath of Saturday’s match.