Siya sources have revealed the match commissioner's report of the recent tunnel bust-up between Cape Town City and Maritzburg United.
Maritzburg made the trip down to the Mother City on Saturday, where they suffered a 3-2 loss in the Absa Premiership, at the hands of the Citizens at the Athlone Stadium.
However, during the encounter, drama unfolded both on and off the field, with shocking scenes being captured on a video recording that made the rounds on social media.
City head coach, Benni McCarthy and other officials from the club, were recorded in a bust-up with members from the KwaZulu-Natal-based side.
The PSL spokesperson, Luxolo September confirmed to the Siya crew yesterday that the incident was reported to the league’s prosecutor, who also received the match report from the match commissioner.
Siya sources have since revealed to the crew what the match commissioner’s report said about the behaviour from technical team members.
"Behaviour in the technical area:
Both technical area personnel were reasonably well behaved throughout the match. There were a few minor outbursts from both teams but these were well monitored by the 4th official with no action required.
However, in minute 90+4, there was a mass confrontation incident that happened in front of the Cape Town City technical area.
Players, as well as technical staff members from both teams, were involved in the incident.
Please see the attached video footage, which should be able to assist with identifying what went wrong.”
The incident is currently under investigation."