Tevez also joined in after tweeting picture of his injury.
City rivals Juventus and Torino have entered into a public row on Twitter in the aftermath of the Turin derby on Sunday.
Midfielder Paul Pogba scored the only goal of the game to clinch a 1-0 win for the defending champions, but there was controversy as replays showed Carlos Tevez was in an offside position in the build-up.
While comments after the game from both parties remained somewhat restrained, Torino have been far more outspoken on their official website and have gone as far as to question Juve coach Antonio Conte’s mathematical ability.
“The truth is, Juventus won the derby 1-0, and that goal was from a blatant offside position,” an official statement noted.
Referring to the official match statistics published by the Lega Serie A, which showed Juve had 52% of possession compared to Torino’s 48%, the Granata then called out Conte on his ability to work with figures.
“Certainly, Conte was better at Italian than he was at maths at school,” the statement ended.
However, that wasn’t the end of the war of words, as Juventus took to their official Twitter account to suggest that they can add up to zero, which was the number of shots on target from their city rivals during the game.
It didn’t take long before there was a response from Torino, who replied: “Don’t beat yourself up, you’ve managed to count up to 31 (oops, 29),” in reference to Juve’s claims that they have won the Scudetto 31 times, while the official records state otherwise after Calciopoli.
Tevez then joined the party as he tweeted an image of the damage left by Ciro Immobile who Juve believe should have been shown a red card.
Nosotros siempre ganamos con ayuda por eso estoy así y amarilla para el q casi me rompe el tobillo!!! pic.twitter.com/ygng8Dzz95
— Carlitos Tevez (@carlitos3210) September 29, 2013
Nevertheless, it didn’t take away from the comedic element of the two rivals publicly airing their disdain for one another and clear differences of opinion.