Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero says he feels sorry that teammate Carlos Tevez has been unable to settle his differences with manager Roberto Mancini.
Aguero, who is in the Argentina squad for World Cup qualifying matches against Bolivia and Colombia, says it's a "shame for everyone" that Tevez has been marginalized by City.
Tevez, also left out of the Argentina squad, provoked a scandal in September when Mancini believed he refused to come on as a substitute during City's 2-0 Champions League loss to Bayern Munich.
Tevez has insisted he was misunderstood and never refused to play.
Mancini says he is willing to forgive the striker if he says he's sorry, but Tevez has not yet apologized.