Harry Kane will face no action from the Football Association after his break with Cesar Azpilicueta.
The incident was considered to have been seen by referee André Marriner and his match officials and there can be no retrospective action.
Tottenham striker Kane fears a three-game ban after appearing to put his head in Azpilicueta's foot.
The recession has been included in the match report of the officials and will not be taken into account.
The Spurs lost for the second time this week after being beaten 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Pedro opened the scoring before Kieran Trippier's goal ensured his victory at Chelsea.
Kane was of different color when the Spurs were beaten by their London rivals.
The incident with Azpilicueta occurred after Chelsea threw the ball for Trippier to be healed.
Kane put pressure on David Luiz, who was exceptional before Chelsea skipper Azpilicueta clashed with the English star.
The loss saw the Spurs fall behind in the Premier League race.
They must now fight to rank among the top four. Arsenal is getting closer to the derby this weekend in North London.
Arsenal are only four points behind their rivals while Manchester United, fifth, has only five points.
Pochettino acknowledged after the match that their title hopes were over.
He added: "After Burnley, I said it was difficult and tonight it's impossible to fight Man City and Liverpool.
"They are the only ones who can win the league, we have to fight to win games and be fair."