Ahead of the Spain vs. Chile World Cup game on Wednesday June 18, about a hundred Chile fans wanting to see their country face the World Cup champions Spain, broke into the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, knocking down barricades, smashing through glass doors at the press entrance, vandalizing equipment and trashing temporary walls and lockers. According to AP, the group was mostly Chilean fans without tickets trying to get into the stadium.

Security was slow to respond and the guards were small in number compared to the fans storming inside the stadium. The chaos took place about 45 minutes before the scheduled 3 p.m. kickoff. Journalists at the scene immediately began tweeting that a group of Chile fans had broken through the entrance to the media center. Eventually, security was able to control them. There’s still no news on what the consequences will be for them.