Beckham rubbishes Argentine claims
By Steve Luckings
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Real Madrid star has a history with Duscher who almost ended his World Cup dream last year by breaking his toe in a tackle just weeks before the tournament started and was involved in a dust-up with Scaloni in Madrid's 2-1 win over Depor last week.
Duscher had words with the England captain after the game and the two South Americans refused to shake hands with the midfielder and accused the ex-Manchester United star of rubbing his hand on his genitals before offering them his hand.
But Beckham hit back against the duo saying: "That's fine if they want to come out with comments like that.
"They're just covering their own backs. Of course it's definitely not true.
"It angers me to have this sort of insulting behaviour, especially after being kicked on the pitch.
"Sometimes it's quite personal. But it's a football match and all that should stay on the pitch.
"In this case, it didn't - but it's not a problem to me. I've got more important things to do."