Erling Haaland’s dad speaks out on clashing with Real Madrid fans

Manchester City face off with Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Manchester City began the tie on top and completely dominated for the opening 20 minutes.

However, a long-range effort from Vinicius Jr. 26 minutes in handed Los Blancos a 1-0 lead and changed the momentum of the match.

Manchester City would equalise in the second 45, though, with Kevin De Bruyne producing a stunning effort of his own to hand City a draw heading to the Etihad next week.

During the game, it was claimed that Alfie Haaland – the father of Erling Haaland - reportedly had to leave a corporate box at the Bernabeu for insulting and throwing food at Real Madrid fans whilst watching his son in action for Manchester City in the Champions League.

Alfie Haaland can be seen in the video below appearing to mock some Madrid supporters as security escort him away, with the Daily Mail claiming he apparently clashed with them and even threw food at them from his seat.

Now, Haaland’s dad has spoken out on what happened: “Ok,” he tweeted on Wednesday morning.

“Real Madrid were not happy we were celebrating De Bruyne’s goal. Other than that we had to move because Real Madrid fans [were] not happy with 1-1.”

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

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