The Asian Football Confederation will consider action against the Hong Kong Football Association over the controversial final of last month's Carlsberg Cup when it's disciplinary committee meets in Kuala Lumpur on April 21. The match between Iran and Uruguay erupted in a brawl in the 89th minute when a vicious kick by Uruguayan Horacio Peralta brought both benches and stadium security staff on to the pitch before referee Fong Yau-fat showed the player the red card. The AFC has repeatedly asked the HKFA for further information on the match, and its disciplinary committee will consider match commissioner Thomson Chan Tam-sun's report, a video of the game and the South China Morning Post's story which outlined the Iranian team's claims of a series of violent incidents instigated by the South American team. The committee, which will be chaired by Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, the president of the Bahrain FA and deputy chairman of FIFA's disciplinary committee, could consider banning the HKFA from staging international tournaments. Last December, the AFC's disciplinary committee suspended the Indian Football Association - a Calcutta-based affiliate of the All India Football Federation - from hosting events for 12 months after a long-drawn out investigation into the final of the IFA Shield between East Bengal and Brazilian team Palmeiras, which was abandoned after a brawl during which security forces assaulted some of the South American players.