But there’s another thing Suarez knows: how to score goals, and at that, he is undeniably skilled, netting an eye-popping 30 goals for Liverpool this season. And while Uruguay is in one of the toughest groups to start the tournament with England, Italy and Costa Rica, if Suarez can perform with even a fraction of the form hes shown for Liverpool, it’s the other three teams that may need to worry.
The 27-year-old striker knows how to court controversy: he was red-carded for a blatant handball that denied a game-winning goal to Ghana in the 2010 World Cup; months later, he was suspended by his club team Ajax after biting an opponent; the next year, as a member of Liverpool, he was suspended for racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra; and in 2013, he was suspended for biting an opponent (yes, again), this time Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic. . Now he is leading a talented Uruguay team that finished fourth in 2010
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