Why the security guards asked Haaland's father to leave his seat at the Real Madrid stadium

Manchester City striker Erling Haaland's father Alvi said security guards asked him to leave his seat at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday after he appeared to mock Real Madrid fans following England's 1-1 equaliser in the first leg of their Champions League semi-finals.

Videos on social media showed Alfi, who previously played for Manchester City, blocking his ear in the face of Real Madrid fans after Kevin De Bruyne's stunning equaliser.

The photos also showed security guards asking him to leave his seat.

Haaland's father, whose son scored 51 goals for City in his first season in England, said on Twitter: "Real Madrid fans were not happy with my celebration of De Bruyne's equaliser so we had to move away.

Vinicius Jr. put the hosts ahead but De Bruyne's stunning shot gave City a slight advantage to advance to the final in Istanbul.

The winner of this clash will play the winner of the clash between Inter Milan and rivals Milan.