Wigan’s stunning FA Cup win over Premier League leaders Manchester City was marred by ugly scenes at the final whistle involving fans from both clubs.
Objects, including an advertising board, were thrown at police from the end housing the away fans at the end of Wigan’s 1-0 win at the DW Stadium.
Meanwhile, a pitch invasion was taking place, and one of the home supporters appeared to clash with City forward Sergio Aguero as he attempted to leave the field.
This all followed an earlier spat, sparked by an incident in first-half injury-time when City’s Fabian Delph made a rash challenge on Wigan’s Max Power, prompting referee Anthony Taylor to pull a yellow card out of his pocket before changing his mind and producing red.
That infuriated City players, who surrounded the referee, and the dispute spilled into the rival technical areas, with Aguero having to be dragged away by City boss Pep Guardiola as he argued furiously with Wigan coaches.
Television cameras in the tunnel then captured footage of Guardiola and Wigan manager Paul Cook being kept apart by staff as they confronted each other.