Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko has been charged by the Football Association for an alleged elbow on Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter. Sissoko caught Arter in the second half of Saturday's 0-0 draw, apologising to the Cherries midfielder afterwards. The FA said the incident was missed by the match officials and will now be reviewed by a three-man panel. Sissoko has until 18:00 BST on Tuesday to respond but could face a three-match suspension for violent conduct. Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was banned for three matches last month after being found guilty of violent conduct against West Ham defender Winston Reid, after initially going unpunished. Speaking to Match of the Day after the game, Arter said he was happy to accept Sissoko's explanation that the contact was accidental. He said: "I never want to see a player get into trouble if they didn't mean to. Sissoko apologised. I'm happy to move on from it."