Southampton confirmed that two men were told by the police in a statement, which allegedly forbid supporters involved.
"The club continues to Work with the Hampshire Police to identify any individual who is considered to have committed obscene behavior towards Cardiff supporters," added the club, according to Agence France-Presse. " there is no place in our game and will not be permitted at St Mary's. The club will have a firm stand against anyone involved and wants to ban the supporters identified. "
The body of Sala was found after a private search commissioned by his family, financed by a crowdfunding campaign that earned support from some of the top soccer players.
Before the game, a minute's silence was examined by players and fans of both teams at St Mary's stadium in Southampton. Cardiff finally won the game 2-1
However, the incident puts the ugly behavior of pockets of English soccer supporters back into the spotlight, during a period that was sometimes marred by offensive chants and violence from fans. The arrest was made after clashes between fans in another Saturday game, between Watford and Everton, confirmed by the police.