Luis Suarez embraces his handball expertise, plays as goalkeeper in Uruguay training

Brooks Peck
Dirty Tackle

Copa America champions Uruguay will play a friendly against European and World champions Spain in Qatar and to prepare for their formidable and record-setting opponents, perhaps the world's most famous handball expert, Luis Suarez, put on the goalkeeper gloves to get in a bit of extra training before the match.

Suarez, who helped Uruguay reach the semifinals of the 2010 World Cup with a goal-line handball against Ghana that got him sent off and set up Asamoah Gyan for a penalty kick he would miss, played as a goalkeeper during Uruguay's training session in Doha the day before playing Spain. Last month, Suarez also put his hand skills to use last month in scoring against non-league side Mansfield Town to help Liverpool win their third-round FA Cup tie.

Spain might not be ready for this.

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