Liverpool's Craig Bellamy has revealed how he "lost control" with team-mate John Arne Riise after a karaoke night on a team bonding trip to Portugal.
Rowing pair Bellamy and Riise made amends against Barcelona
Bellamy, 27, confronted Riise with a golf club, but the pair made amends by scoring a goal each in Liverpool's Champions League win against Barcelona.
He told the Daily Mirror: "I lost control for a few seconds.
"John's been great about it really. Straight away next morning we were training together. There's no problem."
Bellamy, who was reportedly fined £80,000 by Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez after the incident, said: "It started when we were all doing a bit of karaoke. I only sang one song and that was Red, Red Wine by UB40.
"That was because Jerzy Dudek was drinking it. That's how silly it all was.
"A lot of the lads wanted Riise to get up there next because he hadn't turned up at the dinner earlier and I tried to get him up, too.
"I wasn't that bothered whether he wanted to sing or not so I sat back down but he wasn't too happy about me trying to get him to sing so he let me know about it.
"The situation was calmed down then but when I was walking back to the hotel with Steve Finnan, who I was rooming with, I lost control for a few seconds.
"I went and confronted 'Ginger' and I said to him 'don't be doing that in front of the players again'.
"And that was really about it. I didn't want to cause a scene in front of everybody else. I just wanted to talk to him about it alone."