Swansea City are investigating after their goalless draw with Reading was marred by hoots and taunts outside Liberty Stadium as both sides knelt before kick-off.
It is the second consecutive home game where hues could be heard outside the stadium, with similar protests taking place ahead of their game against Barnsley on December 19.
As both sides knelt before kick-off in opposition to racial injustice, a series of honking and hoots were heard from a group gathered outside the ground.
We don’t know who the group was or what their motivations were.
Swansea manager Steve Cooper said: “I heard noises but I couldn’t tell what it was. Let’s find out and the reasons behind it. In terms of the knee grip we are a club who continued to engage in it. “
Swansea will now seek to ensure that the incident does not happen a third time when they host Watford on Saturday.
In the field, Steve Cooper’s championship promotion hopes frustrated by goalless draw as Reading goalkeeper Rafael Cabral produced a series of stunning saves.