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LONDON - Carlos Tevez has admitted that he was hurt by Gary Neville's assertion that Manchester United were right to sell him to Manchester City and accused his former teammate of being disrespectful ahead of this week's stormy derby clash.
Neville's provocative comments inspired Tevez to score two goals in City's 2-1 League Cup semifinal first leg win on Tuesday and the Argentina striker claimed he had been justified in goading his former teammate after the first of them.
Neville, who was warming up on the touchline, responded with a one-fingered gesture that is being examined by the English Football Association but is not expected to lead to any disciplinary action.
Tevez admitted he had been enraged by Neville's pre-match comments.
"Gary 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," the striker said.
"We achieved a lot together at United. I was the second top scorer there in my first season at the club and I deserve respect from my fellow professionals."
Tevez, who celebrated his second goal with an ear-cupping gesture to the United directors and dugout, felt he was justified in making his point. - Sapa-AFP