ESPN reporter Miguel Gonzalez issued an apology to F1 driver Sergio Perez after calling out the Red Bull star for making his son cry. Gonzalez took to Twitter and shared a long message regarding the incident and stated that Perez did not want his picture taken with his son, after spotting the driver in a restaurant.

Gonzalez further spoke about how his kids waited Perez to finish his dinner but still the Red Bull driver went ahead to deny him and brought him to tears. But since posting these tweets, the journalist went on to delete them and has also issued an apology. 

Miguel Gonzalez’ deleted tweets accusing Sergio Perez said, "Thanks to @SChecoPerez for ignoring and turning your back on my son when they were leaving the restaurant. Incredulous, I approached you to ask if you could take a picture with him and you denied it saying that you came with your family. This time the tears you provoked were not from emotion. 

"The child waited for them to finish and leave so as not to be impertinent, what a pity it bothers you when a child asks you for a photo, although you have every right to deny it @SChecoPerez. By the way, the garbage on the table is collected. Education is also taught and learned as a family."

Talking about Gonzalez’s apology, he expressed that the emotions got the better of him and his reactions wasn’t right. The apology said, “Today I have to offer a sincere apology to @SChecoPerez. I insist that he is within his rights. My reaction was wrong. sincere apology.”

Going back to Sergio Perez, the Red Bull driver managed to salvage his poor weekend with a brilliant finish in the recent Australian GP. After poor free practice and qualifying session, Checo was asked to start from the pit lane. Then in the chaotic feature race, he came back to grab the fifth place with some great over take at the difficult Turn 9 and 10 at Albert Park.