Fifa says it "regrets" the scenes leading to the suspension of Brazil and Argentina's World Cup qualifier which stopped "millions of fans" from enjoying the game.
Sunday's match was abandoned just after kick-off after Brazilian health officials objected to the participation of three Argentine players they say broke quarantine rules.
Fifa said it had received the first reports from match officials, which will now be analysed by "the competent disciplinary bodies".
No date for the rearranged fixture has been set.
"Fifa regrets the scenes preceding the suspension of the match between Brazil and Argentina for the Conmebol qualifiers of the Fifa World Cup 2022 which prevented millions of fans from enjoying a match between two of the most important football nations in the world," world football's governing body said in a statement.
"The first match official reports have been sent to Fifa. This information will be analysed by the competent disciplinary bodies and a decision will be taken in due course."
On Monday, Brazil's federal police said they had opened a formal inquiry into the actions of the Argentine players accused of breaching the country's quarantine rules.
Brazil's quarantine rules state that visitors who have been in the UK in the 14 days before entering the country must quarantine for 14 days on arrival.
"We can confirm an investigation has begun into the possible crime of supplying false information," said a spokesperson.
"Yesterday, the players were notified they must leave the country, which is the regular procedure, and statements from them were taken."
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