Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has continued his spat with John Terry after accusing the Chelsea and England defender of having 'no moral code'.
Tevez clashed with Terry during City's 4-2 Premier League victory at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
The Argentina striker has also been one of the most outspoken critics of the deposed England captain following allegations that he conducted an affair with his City team-mate Wayne Bridge's ex-girlfriend.
Bridge has since made himself unavailable for England duty and Tevez remains a harsh critic.
"It's complicated to say something about what Terry did to Bridge," he declared.
"I don't think you can do that with the wife of another player. It's wrong. In my opinion, Terry has no moral code for what he did to Bridge.
"In my neighbourhood if you do that, you lose your legs, or more – you don't survive."
Speaking about his on-field spat with Tevez, he added in The Sun:"I didn't fight with Terry because of that.
"I fought with him because he took me by the shirt and I didn't like it. I became furious with him because of that."