Coventry players berated by pitch invader in Forest Green defeat
Police investigating after fan was ejected from ground but not arrested
Last Updated: 18/10/17 9:34am
A pitch invader angrily confronted Coventry players in their 1-0 home defeat to Sky Bet League Two strugglers Forest Green on Tuesday.
Keanu Marsh-Brown's first-half effort was enough to seal only a second league win of the season for Forest Green in what was the first meeting between the two sides.
Coventry's goal drought extended to 351 minutes following their failure to score against the visitors, and one supporter was so incensed he broke onto the pitch to protest against the City players.
The supporter leaped over advertising hoardings at the Ricoh Arena to close down Rovers winger Christian Doidge near the corner flag, before the referee stopped play.
The fan then began to angrily advance towards Coventry's Marc McNulty, before captain Michael Doyle attempted to restore peace.
Doyle escorted the pitch invader off the field of play, where - after beating his chest in front of the stands - he was eventually met by stewards.
The supporter was ejected by the stewards but not arrested.
West Midlands police are however now investigating the incident, and no other arrests were made at the game.
Watch the above video to see the fan's angry protest towards Coventry players on Wednesday night.