Luis Suarez dives into trouble on Peru trip
Sunday 08 September 2013
Luis Suarez is banned for indiscipline from Premier League matches but the controversial striker is still free to get up to his old tricks at international level.
The 26-year-old scored two goals and was at the centre of two controversial incidents during Uruguay's 2-1 win in a World Cup qualifier against Peru yesterday.
Suarez appeared to make an exaggerated fall for a disputed first-half penalty before again going to ground spectacularly moments later during a confrontation which led to Peru's Victor Yotun being shown a red card.
The Liverpool player is serving a domestic ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic and was agitating for a move away from Anfield, with Arsenal chief pursuers, before being forced to train alone prior to the closure of the transfer window.
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