Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner is to face a Uefa hearing for "improper conduct" on Monday for his actions in the side's 3-2 defeat against Portugal.
The Arsenal forward, 24, scored a goal in either half of their defeat at the hands on Paulo Bento's side.
During one of his goal celebrations the attacker raised his shirt and revealed underwear with bookmakers Paddy Power blazened across them.
Uefa have responded to the unauthorised advertising by demanding the Danish star attend a hearing next week, one day after the squad's final Group B game against Germany.
An official statement on Uefa’s website read: “Uefa has today announced that disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Denmark's Nicklas Bendtner for improper conduct (Law 4 of the Laws of the Game) at the Uefa Euro 2012 Group B match against Portugal in Lviv on Wednesday 13 June.
“The UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body will deal with this case on Monday.”
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