We expected a lot from Erling Haaland before Manchester City's Champions League semi-final first leg Tuesday night in Madrid, against Real (1-1). Muzzled by Antonio Rüdiger, the Norwegian golgoth crossed the game like a shadow, and it was his father Alf-Inge who made a name for himself. The very popular radio program El Larguero, of the Cadena Ser, indicates that the father had to be "exfiltrated" from his lodge by the security of Santiago-Bernabéu.


😡 ¡Así no! El padre de Erling Haaland dedicó un corte de mangas a la afición del Real Madrid y los seguidores le afearon el gesto

📲 ig: @jaimesanto10 pic.twitter.com/DTJqJhSs0s

— El Larguero (@ellarguero) May 9, 2023

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In one video, the former Nottingham Forest, Leeds and Manchester City defender, accompanied by another man with similar behaviour, is seen rooming Madrid fans who shout "Fuera, fuera!" ("outside, out!" in VF), before addressing them an arm of honor.

Haaland junior at Real? Probably not right away

According to El Larguero, the merengue fans reacted because Haaland senior allegedly threw peanuts at them beforehand.

Not sure that his son Erlingounet arrives immediately at Real after this kind of scene, as is regularly discussed in the transfer window.

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