An enraged Everton supporter invaded the Carrow Road pitch in an attempt to reach manager Rafael Benitez after the Toffees dropped two goals to Norwich City.
Michael Keane’s own goal in the 16th minute was quickly followed by Adam Idah’s second, which proved to be the final straw for the enraged pitch invasion.
He originally evaded security, climbing over advertising hoardings and onto the ground as he approached Benitez in the away dugout.
However, stewards quickly captured the supporter and took him from the stadium in front of the away end.
As has been the case in recent games, a banner saying ‘Benitez – Get out of our club’ surfaced among Everton supporters.
Two goals behind early on against a club rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table was a new low for the Toffees this season.
They are currently 15th and in risk of being dragged into the relegation race following a miserable run in which they have won just one league game since late September.
They have lost eight of their last ten matches, with their promising start to the season under Benitez becoming a distant memory.
Last weekend’s 3-2 FA Cup victory over Hull City provided little comfort, with the Benitez Out banner also emerging in the away end.