Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings have been charged with alleged violent conduct by the Football Association (FA) after their clashes during Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Saturday.
Like Mings, Ibrahimovic has been given until 6pm on Tuesday to respond to his charge.
Ibrahimovic accepted the violent conduct charge while Mings and Bournemouth have said they will appeal against the decision.
Hackett went on to criticise Friend's performance and has also urged the authorities to take action on Ibrahimovic and Mings for their part in the violent acts.
Mourinho now has to decide who is going to be the main man up front for the next three domestic games for United.
Mings is not scheduled to return until April 15 after being sidelined for games against West Ham United, Swansea City, Southampton, Liverpool and Chelsea respectively.
The 23-year-old was hit with the suspension after stamping on Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who received a three-match ban for elbowing the 23-year-old moments after the incident.
However, the FA suggested Mings could face an increased ban for his offence.
Mings denied that he deliberately stamped after the game at Old Trafford, and Bournemouth are furious with the FA's sentence.
The ban kicks in just in time for Manchester United's FA Cup tie away at Chelsea on 13th March, meaning Ibrahimovic will sit out the encounter at Stamford Bridge.
The good news is Manchester United's fixture congestion is partly due to their Europa League round of 16 tie, and Ibrahimovic will be able to play in both legs. Bournemouth's trip to Liverpool has been made even more hard, and they didn't exactly enjoy their last visit to Merseyside. 'At the same time I protect myself and unlucky he jumps into me.