Luis Suarez investigated by FIFA in Bite Scandal

Posted: Jun 25 2014, 1:32am CDT | by , in News | Latest Sports News
Updated: Jun 26 2014, 7:08pm CDT


Luis Suarez investigated by FIFA in Bite Attack Scandal
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Uruguay forward Luis Suarez bit Italy's Giorgio Chiellini in yesterday's game marking the biggest scandal in the World Cup 2014 yet.

As reported earlier Uruguay player Luis Suarez bit Italian layer Giorgio Chiellini in the shoulder. The incident happened without the referee taking any action. It is not quite clear what exactly happened. Suarez and Chielline clashed and after that Chiellini claimed Suarez bit in his shoulder. Suarez can be seen holding his teeth in pain. If the bite was intentional or an accident is something the FIFA is going to clear up now.

FIFA announced disciplinary proceedings against Luis Suarez. The involved players can bring forward their position and evidence about the incident today until 5pm Brasilia time. See below photos from the alleged bit attack.

It is not helping Suarez that he actually has a history of biting. Luis Suarez is not just some soccer player. He is one of the best in the world playing in the UK. The Liverpool player was the best striker in England last season.

Uruguay won the game against Italy with 1:0, sending Italy home.

It is only one more day until the highly anticipated match between United States and Germany. Are you excited?

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