A female steward was knocked to the ground in the crush, Mark Noble, West Ham's captain, threw one of several pitch invaders to the turf and the Metropolitan police received two allegations of assault.
A spokesman for the Met said: "Towards the end of the fixture between West Ham and Burnley at the London Stadium on Saturday 10 March, four separate pitch invasions by individual home fans took place". Indeed, West Ham fell to pieces following Wood's introduction on the hour mark as they struggled to contain the New Zealand global, with the striker providing the assist for Ashley Barnes' sumptuous strike before adding a brace. Another took hold of a corner flag and attempted to plant it in the centre circle.
And, some fan footage from the game reveals the worrying standard of stewarding at the ground, with one man being caught falling asleep by the pitch. Fortunately for all involved is that West Ham aren't involved in a Premier League game now until March 31st when allowing for the FA Cup quarter-finals next weekend and the subsequent worldwide break.
The West Ham fans are frustrated with the club's board, and there was pitch invasion at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Following the game, West Ham manager David Moyes called on the club's fans to get behind the team.
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I've been down to a few games this season at London Stadium where it's also happened. He said: "As a supporter you can't cross the line".
"Many of them are very decent people who argue their case passionately and intelligently - that's fine".
The 3-0 loss to Sean Dyche's side was not even the worst bit, as fans took matters in to their own hands to voice their rage at the club's board.
As disgraceful as the scenes were, however, they had always felt possible bearing in mind the ugly circumstances surrounding the cancellation of a protest march before the game.
"It's a tough situation for a player, no one wants to see it". "You know you can't come on the pitch".
This is the incredible moment Burnley players protected young children from violence breaking out at the London Stadium. They just want answers. David Moyes wasn't the most inspiring of managerial appointments and despite the initial manager bounce, the Scot looks devoid of ideas as he strives to navigate the team away from the relegation zone.