Three fans have been arrested following pitch invasions at the FA Cup match between Swansea City and Manchester City.
A sixteen year old and two fifteen year olds have been arrested after two separate incidents at the game.
South Wales Police confirmed they had been arrested under S4 of the football offences act for encroachment onto the playing area and remain in custody.
Responding to the incident, Police match commander, Supt Steve Jones said safety of fans and players is paramount.
The arrests follow several recent incidents of pitch invasion at grounds around the UK.
These include an incident at Birmingham City when a fan attacked Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish on the pitch during a derby match on 10 March.
Paul Mitchell was wrestled off the pitch by stewards after punching Grealish, He was jailed for 14 weeks.
Incidents also took place at Arsenal on the same day and Rangers two days earlier.
Swansea gave Premier League champions Manchester City a scare, taking a two goal lead before eventually losing 3-2.
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