Ipswich Town investigates as fan falls from stand

Man rolling over on sloped roof, with feet in the the air
The man appeared to roll on to the roof seconds after Lamar Reynold's goal for Maidstone United in the 43rd minute

Ipswich Town said it is investigating after a Maidstone United fan appeared to fall from a stand on to spectators below.

The man was among away supporters in the upper tier of the Cobbold Stand at Portman Road for his team's 2-1 FA Cup win.

During first half goal celebrations, the fan appeared to roll down the roof and fall into the tier below.

It is understood no one was seriously injured during the incident.

Man falling off sloped roof as two stewards look on
The man then dropped off the end of the roof on to the tier below

"The club is aware of an incident involving a Maidstone United supporter in the Cobbold Stand at Portman Road during today's Emirates FA Cup fourth-round fixture," Ipswich Town said in a statement.

"The Club is investigating the issue thoroughly."

Suffolk Police has been approached for comment.

The National League South side pulled off an FA Cup shock by knocking the Championship high-flyers out of the competition.

Man on edge of sloping roof above stand at Portman Road
The incident was also captured by a fan in the adjacent Sir Bobby Robson stand

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