Uefa has charged Valencia and Inter and five players for the brawl that marred the Champions League match between the two teams.
Carlos Marchena and David Navarro of Valencia, and Inter’s Nicolas Burdisso, Ivan Cordoba and Maicon have all been charged with gross unsporting conduct.
Players from both sides became involved in a free-for-all at the final whistle with Valencia’s David Navarro, a non-playing substitute, landing a punch that broke Nicolas Burdisso’s nose.
The brawl continued in the tunnel with Inter players trying to exact revenge on Navarro in Valencia’s dressing-room.
The European body said the matter would be dealt with by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body at its meeting on 22 March
A goalless draw at the Mestalla took Valencia through to the quarter-finals on the away goals rule following the 2-2 draw in Milan.
But the result was overshadowed by the dreadful scenes on the final whistle.
Valencia midfielder Carlos Marchena apppeared to lash out at Burdisso after the pair exchanged words.
The incident sparked the brawl and Navarro ran on to the pitch and punched Burdisso. Several Inter players tried to trip up Navarro as he ran off the pitch, but the Valencia defender escaped untouched.
Inter coach Roberto Mancini branded Navarro “a coward” for his act.
“Now I have seen the footage there’s nothing else you can say about someone who throws a punch like that and runs away,” he said.
Navarro has apologised for his role in the fracas, admitting: “I have never behaved in this fashion before and I will never do it again, I am very sorry and ashamed.
“I saw that they were trying to attack a team-mate and I lost my nerve,” Navarro told Spanish radio station Cadena Star.
“I haven’t yet been able to see the images nor the reaction of the Inter players in our changing room, I was in another room.
“It has been a lamentable incident, I want to apologise to those affected by my actions.”