Row over replays rumbles on between Milan and Juve

Serie A giants Milan and Juventus continue to exchange a war of words over the use of replays to depict Carlos Tevez's goal on Saturday.

Milan and Juventus continue to bicker over Carlos Tevez's goal and the replays that followed it in Saturday's Serie A meeting between the two sides.

Tevez raced away to score the opener in a 3-1 home win for Juve, with replays suggesting the Argentine had strayed marginally offside.

Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani claimed that Juve manipulated the replays in such a way to show Tevez to be onside, and vowed to bring up the matter with the relevant authorities.

Juve responded to those allegations in a statement on Sunday, rubbishing Galliani's remarks and claiming the Milan CEO was attempting to shift focus away from his side's defeat.

In turn, Milan released a statement of their own, which read: "Arrogance is a Juventus trait and something that they cannot escape from.

"It would be superfluous to respond to anyone like this.

"It is a good thing however that even they agree to open up the discussion and debate over the production of TV graphics which emerged following the episode during Juventus-Milan last night."