Watch: Erling Haaland's father trolled by Manchester United supporters by shouting chants of Roy Keane

Following Manchester United's triumph in the FA Cup final against Manchester City, the supporters of the Red Devils found Erling Haaland's dad while travelling through the tube and trolled him.

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Manchester United youngsters Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo scored first-half goals in a memorable 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Manchester City, securing the Red Devils' place in the UEFA Europa League next season.

Manchester City striker Erling Haaland’s dad, Alfie Haaland, who also played for the club during his playing days, was at the Wembley stadium for the FA Cup final. He was returning home via public transport and was trolled by Manchester United supporters as they sang the chants of former captain and nemesis of Alfie Haaland, Roy Keane. The video was posted on twitter earlier today and has been doing the talking for the past couple of hours on social media. 

How did the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Manchester United pan out?

Man City's penalty request was denied in the first minute as Erling Haaland was brought down by Lisandro Martinez while attempting to make contact with Bernardo Silva's pass into the six-yard box. Garnacho, however, stunned City's fans with United's first goal following 30 minutes, maximising on a defensive mistake involving Stefan Ortega and Josko Gvardiol to slip through and tap in an empty net from close range. 

It was also City's fourth goal surrendered in the FA Cup over two years, and it became the fifth nine minutes later when Rashford's magnificent crossfield ball found Garnacho, who fed Bruno Fernandes, and Mainoo swept home from the captain's exquisite lay-off to make it two.

On the hour, Manchester United custodian Andre Onana had to spring into action, diving well to save Kyle Walker's long-range shot.Onana denied Walker twice with a stunning low stop before Doku equalised after 87 minutes, past the 'keeper at the near post, setting up a tense finish.

But United, who finished 31 points below their bitter rivals in the Premier League season, dug in and held on for a remarkable victory - and their very first FA Cup final win in eight years. By doing so, they snapped Rodri's extraordinary record of 74 consecutive wins across all competitions for Manchester City.

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