YET another fan ran onto the pitch as Aston Villa celebrated their third goal at Nottingham Forest this evening.
The grinning man appeared to have leapt out of the away section to join Villa players after Kourtney Hause netted his first goal for the club.
City Ground stewards quickly grabbed the invader and bundled him back over barriers before the man was led away by police.
The incident came just three days after Villa star Jack Grealish was punched by Birmingham fan Paul Mitchell in the Second City derby.
Mitchell has been jailed for 14 weeks and banned from football games for ten years – with the Blues also banning him for life.
On the same day, Tyson Fury’s cousin Gary Cooper charged onto the pitch and shoved Chris Smalling during Arsenal’s win over Manchester United.
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Elsewhere during the Villa game, John Terry and Roy Keane were involved in a heated touchline spat.
The former Premier League hard-men exchanged words with each other as tensions boiled over in the Midlands.
Villa boss JT and Forest No2 Keane nearly came to blows during the 3-1 away win for Terry’s men.
But ultimately the situation was defused before there were any real handbags, as Villa closed in on a playoffs place.