OXFORD'S League One clash with Wycombe was delayed by 40 minutes due to a medical emergency in the stands.
Play stopped less than 20 minutes into the match so that an individual could receive urgent attention.
Players were taken off the pitch while the supporter was treated.
Oxford's official Twitter account wrote: "The thoughts of everyone at Oxford United are with the individual involved."
They then added: "The game is due to restart at 4pm allowing both teams the opportunity to warm up again.
"Thank you for your continued patience."
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Fans shared their concerns on social media, with one writing: "Sending lots of love, football doesn’t matter at times like these."
Another tweeted: "Hope the individual makes a swift recovery."
Wycombe echoed the sentiments, writing on their official Twitter account: "Our very best wishes to those involved."
One Wanderers fan replied: "Worrying news. Hope all ends well."
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And a second tweeted: "Thoughts with the fan who is unwell. Hope they make a full recovery."
The match was level at 0-0 when the medical emergency occurred.
Oxford went into the match 18th on 11 points, with Wycombe one place behind on goal difference.
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