Swansea City are investigating after their goalless draw with Reading was marred by booing and jeering exterior the Liberty Stadium as each groups took a knee earlier than kick-off.
It is the second successive residence recreation the place booing could possibly be heard exterior the stadium, with related protests having taken place forward of their match towards Barnsley on December 19.
As either side took a knee earlier than kick-off in opposition to racial injustice, a loud sequence of horns and booing noises was heard from a group gathered exterior the bottom.
It is unclear who the group had been or what their motives had been.
Swansea supervisor Steve Cooper mentioned: “I heard some noises but I couldn’t tell what it was. Let’s find out and the reasons behind it. In terms of taking the knee we are a club which has continued to commit to it.”
Swansea will now look into making certain the incident doesn’t occur for a third time once they host Watford on Saturday.
On the sector, Steve Cooper’s Championship promotion hopefuls were left frustrated by a goalless draw as Reading goalkeeper Rafael Cabral produced a sequence of beautiful saves.