Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini unleashed verbal tirade at Carlos Tevez & Edin Dzeko during Bayern Munich clash - report

The Italian boss reportedly swore at the duo and told them to go back to their countries of birth during the Champions League clash with the German giants on Tuesday

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is alleged to have sworn at strikers Carlos Tevez and Edin Dzeko during the 2-0 away defeat to Bayern Munich.

According to the Daily Mirror, the Italian boss supposedly told 27-year-old Tevez, who he alleged refused to play in the match, to "f*** off back to Argentina".

The former Manchester United player has already strained relations at Eastlands after haggling for a move away from the club throughout the summer.

Mancini suggested post-match at the Allianz Arena that the striker would never play for City again, whilst the club have since gone on to suspend Tevez from action for two weeks.

The City boss’ rant was reportedly not limited to Tevez, however, with reports also suggesting that he told striker Edin Dzeko to "f*** off back to Bosnia", after the former Wolfsburg man reacted angrily to his substitution.