Carlos Tevez says it pains him to see Juventus struggling so much this season but he could not have given any more to the Serie A club than he did.
Tevez, 31, left Juve in the summer after winning two successive Serie A titles and helping them reach the final of last season's Champions League.
He returned to his hometown club Boca Juniors in July, despite having a year left to run on his contract with the Bianconeri, in a summer that also saw Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal leave Turin.
Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez has apologised after a tackle on Argentinos Juniors midfielder Ezequiel Ham ended up breaking his opponent's leg.
Boca ran out 3-1 winners with the former Juventus striker netting a brace, but Tevez's challenge for a 50-50 ball made heavy contact with Ham's shin.
Tevez was not booked for the incident, but has apologised to Ham after it was revealed that the injury was serious.
"It makes me angry because I went for the ball, it was neither malicious...
A record 9,000 police officers will be on hand to provide security during the heated rivalries scheduled in Argentine football league action this weekend, including Sunday's match between River Plate and Boca Juniors.
The Copa Libertadores round-of-16 match between bitter Argentine rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate was suspended back in May of this year after River Plate players were sprayed with pepper spray.
While the Argentine national team is currently in the United States preparing for friendlies against Bolivia and Mexico, the Primera Division de Argentina rolls on with another week of action, including a showdown on Sunday between the league's top two teams: San Lorenzo and Boca Juniors.
Playing away at first place Boca in La Bombonera will be no easy feat for San Lorenzo, however, one fan in particular is confident that El Ciclon will emerge with the three points: His Holiness Pope Francis.