Erling Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge Haaland, was forced out of Real Madrid Vs Manchester City Champions League clash at Santiago Bernabeu for alleged ‘insult’ to Real Madrid fans, Breaking Sport News reports.
In a viral footage making the rounds on social media, Al-Inge could be seen laughing and mocking Real Madrid fans while on the stands at Santiago Bernabeu before he was forced out.
The former footballer joined a host of Manchester City fans at Santiago Bernabeu to watch his son play against Real Madrid.
He was at the corporate box watching the game before he clashed with Real Madrid fans.
Real Madrid fans were shouting “Adios” in the direction of Alf-Inge while the game was on.
Erling Haaland seemed to have equally responded to the fans who were chanting at his father as he waved and smiled at them.
His father, Alf-Inge, 50, was then seen trying to cup his ears to what Real Madrid fans were saying in the chants.
Then suddenly security officials could be seen immediately arriving at where he was standing and cordoning him off the corporate box.
Spanish journalist, Inaki Angulo, who shared the video, later confirmed, Alf-Inge Haaland insulted Real Madrid fans and threw his food on them before he was forcefully removed from the stands while the match continued till the end.
Alf-Inge’s son and deadly Norwegian goal poacher, Erling Haaland, was bottled by Real Madrid compact defense in the game.
He could not add up to his 51 goal tally but Kevin De Bruyne was able to break the Real Madrid brink wall defense with an incredible rocket fire strike from outside the box to salvage a draw for Manchester City.
The game ended 1-1 after full time leaving both sides with equal chance of progressing to the final as they head into the second leg at Etihad next week.