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Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports
During Tuesday's World Cup Group D game, Uruguay's Luis Suarez appeared to bite Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini. Despite Chiellini's protests, Suarez was not punished by Mexican referee Marco Rodriguez.

Here is what happened:




And this isn't the first time that Suarez has been involved in a bitting incident...



Uruguay went on to win the match 1-0 and will advance in the World Cup but it will be determined soon whether or not Suarez will face punishment from FIFA's Disciplinary Committee.
Filed Under: Soccer

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3 Comments
Put a muzzle on that fricker
Reply35 months
he was just craving Italian
Reply35 months
is no one feeding them soccer players anymore
Reply35 months
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