The player was on the bench when his side eliminated Kaizer Chiefs from the Nedbank Cup on Saturday, a game which saw the home fans invading the pitch after the defeat.
Supporters set plastic chairs alight, damaged advertising boards and even assaulted a security guard, who is in a serious condition.
Police said Sunday that two people had been arrested and more arrests were imminent following the mayhem at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in the east coast city of Durban. The fans only stopped beating and kicking the security guard when a group of riot police with shields chased them off.
According to the latest reports, the unnamed security personnel is badly injured but stable in hospital.
Kaizer Chiefs are among the best-supported clubs in South Africa but have failed to win a piece of silverware in each of the last three seasons. "Football is a handsome game and I can't sit by idle while few supporters are making a skunk of our game", she said.
The result sees Ea Lla Koto move into their first final since 1999 (when they were beaten to the Rothmans Cup trophy by Mamelodi Sundowns), while the Amakhosi will go trophyless for a third successive season under beleaguered coach Steve Komphela.
The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal has condemned in the strongest terms the outbreak of violence by supporters that erupted between supporters following the Nedbank Cup Semi-Final involving Kaizer Chiefs FC and Free State Stars FC at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday.
In a statement on Sunday, the PSL said "hooliganism and thuggery of this nature has no place in football".
The South African Football Association (Safa) have called on the public to help police to identify the guilty parties that perpetrated violence at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night.
Motaung said the club would cooperate with law enforcement agencies and the Premier Soccer League to ensure the perpetrators were brought to book.