FIFA open disciplinary cases against England and Scotland for wearing poppies at Wembley
FIFA did not specify details of the cases, nor would it "speculate on any outcome or provide an estimated timeline."
The laws of football prohibit religious, political or personal statements at national team matches.
The English and Scottish federations said before the match at Wembley Stadium they were prepared to face the consequences of defying FIFA rules.
Both federations face being fined.
England won the game 3-0 after goals from Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill as Gareth Southgate took a further step towards being appointed full-time England boss.
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