The spat broke out after the final whistle and involved both Managers and Assistant Manager's from each club,
"The fourth official said he had seen it and he will be reporting it. When you shake hands with someone and wish them good luck, that should be the end of it."
"I praised him for his team's performance and with their conduct on the bench, if it was Steve Evans and his staff, I have no doubt there would have been action taken.
Fleetwood boss Alexander responded: "I'm not going to get drawn into some schoolboy spat which is obviously an effort to distract the attention away from the result and the performance of my players.
"They were fantastic in what was a hard-fought game against a very good team, from a league above us and with Premier League players in their ranks.
"I would like to thank the gracious Steve Evans for being such a worthy opponent and I wish his team all the best for the season."