A spectator suspected of yelling racist chants was arrested during a fiery Manchester derby in the English Premier League on Sunday, according to the official Twitter account of the Greater Manchester Police.
"Man arrested inside stadium on suspicion of committing a racially aggravated public order offence after officers hear racist chanting," a tweet from the police read.
More police action was required at the City of Manchester Stadium - a person was placed under arrest on suspicion of ticket scalping before the match.
The day of drama was capped off when United's Rio Ferdinand was hit by a coin hurled from the stands as he celebrated Robin van Persie's deadlock-breaking goal in stoppage time.
One City supporter also ran onto the pitch and attempted to confront Ferdinand, only to be blocked by City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
United won the bitter clash 3-2.