Italy vs. Uruguay was not full of excitement for a majority of the match but with a game that includes Luis Suarez, you shouldn’t count out anything.
Yes, even biting.
In the final minutes of the match, both teams were vying for the second-place spot in Group D and Suarez was determined to do anything to make sure Uruguay advanced. And he proved that when he apparently bit Giorgio Chiellini inside Italy’s box.
"Proof" then appeared on Twitter:
PROOF: Luis Suárez DID bite Giorgio Chiellini - pic.twitter.com/b4u1QV7g5I
— World Cup 2014 (@WorldCupPosts) June 24, 2014
Shortly after that, those in the Twitter-verse decided to recreate memes to once again bring light to Suarez’s “gnawty” habit of biting people:
— The Soccer Life (@TheSCRLife) June 24, 2014
Suarez needs to stop biting people ffs....he's a real role model right?..-_- pic.twitter.com/bMnATEAkpQ
— TheChosenZee (@miskakiller) June 24, 2014
— Oddschecker (@Oddschecker) June 24, 2014
— ChristopherDReed (@Chrisreed619) June 24, 2014
So stoked for this remake. pic.twitter.com/aPlDWDKKT8
— SB Nation (@SBNation) June 24, 2014
Evander Holyfield, who is no stranger to biting incidents, weighed in on the incident as well:
I guess any part of the body is up for eating.
— Evander Holyfield (@holyfield) June 24, 2014
Even goal-line technology came into play again to settle the controversy.
All the proof I need. pic.twitter.com/rqIVc5V6Ye
— Red PierreEmilery (@redrobbery) June 24, 2014
McDonald's Uraguay tweeted out an offer to help him battle his apparent hunger:
Hola @luis16suarez, si te quedaste con hambre vení a darle un mordisco a una BigMac ;)
— McDonald's Uruguay (@McDonalds_Uy) June 24, 2014
Speaking of which, FIFA has all eyes on it following Suarez’s actions to see what consequences he will be facing in regards to this incident. Uruguay faces the winner of Group C on June 28.
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