AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain apologised for his red card against Juventus, but insisted he did not insult anyone.
Higuain endured a miserable outing against The Old Lady, having a penalty saved before being sent off in Milan’s 2-0 loss at San Siro on Sunday.
Gonzalo Higuain’s 41st-minute spot-kick was saved by Wojciech Szczesny before he was sent off late for dissent.
“It seemed an unfair foul, I was fouled as far as I’m concerned. I was cautioned but I did not insult anyone,” he told Milan TV.
“I apologised to the club, the fans, the coach and my companions because these episodes must be avoided.
“We are human, we feel emotions, the game was not going the right way and it was one of those days.”