By Joe Avicolli
Roma winger Juan Iturbe has apologized to his Giallorossi teammates and the club’s fans following his tantrum during Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Sassuolo.
The 22-year-old was clearly upset after being replaced by Iago Falque in the 50th minute of the clash against the Neroverdi and he admits that he was wrong for his actions, as he was even reportedly seen kicking the Giallorossi’s water cooler in anger.
Iturbe spoke through his official Twitter profile about the incident and issued a sincere apology to all of his Roma comrades and their supporters for his meltdown.
“I have a lot of respect for my team-mates, I just want to apologize to them,” said the Argentine, who has scored one goal in his three Serie A appearances this term thus far.
“Similarly, I apologize to the fans for my bad behavior. Thanks. Forza Roma.”