Last Updated: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 15:06
Sweden's Norwich striker Johan Elmander has apologised to Austria's Marko Arnautovic for getting him sent off during Friday's clash.
The two sides were involved in a crucial World Cup qualifier, which Sweden won 2-1 in their quest to finish second in their group behind Germany.
Elmander's Canaries team-mate Martin Olsson was on the scoresheet during the game in Stockholm and Zlatan Ibrahimovic grabbed the winner.
However, the main talking point came late in the game when Stoke City's Arnautovic was sent off after going up to Elmander during a spat between the duo and the Swede collapsed to the ground despite barely being touched.
Elmander was not hurt and didn't require treatment following the incident, although he later issued a statement apologising for his antics.
"I am an advocate of fair play and (what) happened right there are things that happen in a game when you're inside it... that is the end of the game and you're tired and stuff. That's what happens," he said.
"I'm not proud of what I did, but now it is so."
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