Mark Noble throws West Ham supporter to the ground during pitch invasion
West Ham's game with Burnley descended into chaos on Saturday afternoon at the London Stadium.
With around 20 minutes to play, the match was interrupted by a pitch invasion from several West Ham supporters. The home side lost 3-0 to Burnley and it was too much for some supporters, who directed their anger towards the club's owners sitting in the directors' box.
At least two fans invaded the pitch after Ashley Barnes gave Burnley the lead. One fan grabbed a corner-flag and ran to the centre of the pitch, and there were more attempts to disrupt the game when Chris Wood got his second of the day to make it 3-0. West Ham are now 16th, three points above the relegation zone.
The club's co-owner David Sullivan was escorted from his seat before the end of the match. Club captain Mark Noble was also involved in an altercation with a pitch invader.