Nine Spurs players were booked during Monday's title decider at Stamford Bridge.
BBC Sport reports that both Spurs and Chelsea face sanctions for failing to control their players at Stamford Bridge, where 12 players were booked - nine of them for the away side.
Such indiscipline is uncharacteristic of Mauricio Pochettino's team, who were sixth in the Premier League's fair play table ahead of the game, which brought an end to their title hopes.
And Hazard is under no illusions as to what - or who - coaxed out Spurs' aggressive side, posting the following on Twitter:
The FA need to address problem of players from one team wanting another team to win League while still have both contenders to play #WRONG— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) 5 May 2016
It's ok for fans to support the underdog, but for professional footballers and Managers to voice their support is shocking,lack of integrity— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) 5 May 2016
Ultimately that is what caused all the problems the other night, that is what provoked the horrible atmosphere that game was played in— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) 5 May 2016
Last month, Chelsea's Eden Hazard admitted to BBC's Match of the Day programme the Blues would do everything in their power to curtail Tottenham's title dream at Stamford Bridge, with their own campaign ending in mediocrity.
And ironically, it was the Belgian Hazard who decided Spurs' fate - striking the equalising goal seven minutes from time.
As a result, Leicester's seven-point advantage became insurmountable and the Foxes were crowned top-flight champions for the first time in their history.