Tevez now hits out at Fergie

CARLOS Tevez has admitted his response to scoring twice for Manchester City against Manchester United on Tuesday night, was a response to people saying he wasn't worth the money.

CARLOS Tevez has admitted his response to scoring twice for Manchester City against Manchester United on Tuesday night, was a response to people saying he wasn't worth the money.

United decided not to spend �25million on Tevez in the summer, so he left to City.

When the Argentina scored on Tuesday, he gestured towards the United directors but insists there was ``nothing malicious intended''.

“Gary (Neville) was very disrespectful, which is out of character, but he didn't know the whole story of why I left Manchester United and I believe I deserved his respect,'' Tevez said.


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“For the second goal I ran to the touchline and cupped my ears and looked up to the part of the ground where the United directors were sitting, and also to Ferguson in the dugout, because I wanted them to know this was my response to them saying I was not worth the money.”

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