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Suarez was charged with and found guilty of racially abusing Evra in 2011

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Paul Pogba in action for Juventus

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Juventus vs Barcelona: Five reasons why Max Allegri's men will win the Champions League

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Barcelona vs Juventus: Giorgio Chiellini ruled out of Champions League final and will not face Luis Suarez

Suarez was banned for four months for the incident

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