Despite uploader daniel1512020's admission that this video from Sunday's Huracan vs. Estudiante match is "horrible el audio," what's important is el visual. It seems as if rioting prompted officials to call the game after 32 minutes with Estudiante winning the Primera Division game 2-0. This is a shame since Huracan was facing relegation.

Tensions between the cash-strapped directors, who have no funds with which to pay the players, and the frustrated fanbase came to a head when Estudiantes went 2-0 up. Huracan fans began to tear out seats from the Estadio Tomas Adolfo Duco - a protest, according to El Intransigente, against club president Carlos Babington, who rarely attends matches - and threw the seats onto the pitch, along with stones and other objects.

Whatever. Let's just get to Thunderdome already.

Riot police turn hose pipes on fans - Huracan v Estudiantes [Sport Post]

Huracan-Estudiantes Match Abandoned After Crowd Trouble [South America Football]