Check out the pics of the offender, 38 years old, seriously..?
A man has been arrested for allegedly punching a goalkeeper in the middle of a match after a crowd invaded the pitch
Bury’s keeper Cameron Belford was photographed being punched in the head while Chesterfield fans were taunting him after he had conceded a goal.
The altercation came as a group of fans, some of whom were young children, ran onto the pitch at Chesterfield.
They taunted Belford, 22, making obscene gestures before one individual lashed out and hit him in the face.
The goalie managed to keep calm and Bury eventually pulled ahead with just three minutes to go to win 3-2.
The victory means they have secured promotion to League One and still have a chance of taking the League Two trophy.
Belford later made an official complaint about the incident.
A 38-year-old man is being held in custody and is due to be questioned later.
Inspector Russell Dakin from Derbyshire Police said: "It appears that a fan has encroached on the pitch and assaulted the goalkeeper.
"We are scanning the CCTV system and liaising with the club and members of the media and collating as much evidence as possible."
Chesterfield FC have appealed to fans to name and shame all the supporters involved in the clash.
CFC stadium manager Colin Nellist said: "The very minimum that will happen to this person is that they will get a ban from the club and whatever happens thereafter will depend on the courts. We take this very seriously indeed."
He added: "It is very disappointing that the good name of the club has been brought into disrepute by the stupidity of a mindless few who we are keen to identify."
Bury FC said: "As far as we are concerned, there is no further comment and if Chesterfield want to take action that is a matter entirely for them."