Hartlepool United's chief executive has condemned racial abuse hurled by fans during a clash with Dover Athletic.
The National League game was marred after players from both sides were abused on Saturday after a controversial penalty.
Stewards and players from both sides reacted to the incident.
Hartlepool had two players sent off late in the second half and a home fan tried to get to the referee after invading the pitch following a number of contentious decisions.
In club statement, chief executive Mark Maguire said:
Following the game Pools boss Craig Hignett admitted he had discussed taking the players off the field with his Dover counterpart.