Carlos Tevez makes hospital visit to the player whose leg he snapped like a twig
Argentinos Junior midfielder Ezequiel Ham seemed happy enough to see Carlos Tevez, despite the former Manchester United and Manchester City striker snapping his leg like a twig just a few days previous.
The Boca Juniors star was widely condemned for the stamp on the 21-year-old Ham's shin. Tevez came out after the game insisting there was no intent and promising to apologise to his stricken opponent which - in fairness to the Argentina attacker - he did in person.
While upset with the outcome of the 50-50 challenge, Tevez was unhappy with suggestion recklessness on his behalf caused the horrendous injury.
'It makes me angry because I went for the ball. It was neither malicious nor my intention to hurt him.
'The touch told me I'd done something wrong. I'm sad because I didn't want to do anything bad to him. I've never hurt anyone, this is my first time.'
We're not sure about that one, Carlos.