Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki was unable to do his post-match tv interview as angry Amakhosi fans once again threw missiles in his direction, meaning the club is now facing a potential stadium ban.
The Glamour Boys lost 1-0 to AmaZulu at FNB Stadium, with Taariq Fielies scoring a late goal to knock the hosts out.
Chiefs had the better chances in the first half but were once again unable to find the back of the net, as another chance of silverware slipped through their hands.
After the match, Keagan Dolly was doing post-match duties for being named Man of the Match, before Pablo Franco was doing his tv interview with Carol Tshabalala.
However, midway through the tv interview, Franco was asked to bring this to an end as things on the sidelined heated up again.
Ntseki, who was once again the target of angry fans, was unable to appear for his tv interview due to safety reasons, as confirmed by Tshabalala, as he had to be escorted off the pitch by police.
It is the fourth time this campaign that Chiefs have had to deal with crowd trouble and after being found guilty twice already, they will now likely receive a stadium ban for their fans, as previously indicated by PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu.