Striker at it again in World Cup qualifying game between Uruguay and Peru.
It has not exactly been a quiet few months for Liverpool’s Luis Suarez.
The Uruguay star is no stranger to headlines, having rarely been out of them all summer.
After openly admitting he wanted to leave the Anfield during the transfer window before publicly stating he wanted to stay after Arsenal’s failed bid, the Uruguayan striker has been the centre of attention over the last few months.
As Uruguay edged closer to next summer’s World Cup after a win against Peru, the striker has once again been accused of cheating.
According to Goal.com during the match Suarez “fell theatrically to the ground following the clash with Yotun, who was shown a straight red card for his part in the incident.”
Peruvian Coach Sergio Markarian criticised the referee’s part in the sending off: “What Yotun did was silly but I’ve seen worse, like elbows or double uncollected simulations that go unpunished.”
In the second half Suarez also won his side a penalty after going down lightly under a Christian Ramos Challenge.
Throughout his career, Suarez has becoming known for his gamesmanship as much as for his silky skills.
He is currently serving a ten-game ban after biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League clash with Chelsea.
The striker was also banned for eight matches and fined £40,00 after racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra in 2011.
During the 2010 World Cup quarter -final Suarez was also sent off for deliberately handling the ball on the goal-line, preventing Ghana from scoring. Ghana subsequently missed the penalty and Uruguay scraped through to the semi-finals.
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