“They hate the way I walk” and “They hate the way I talk”… but here’s why the controversial striker is really hated
Luis Suarez is fronting Adidas’ There Will Be Haters Campaign for their latest football boot release, using the controversial striker’s poor behaviour as a selling-point.
We remind ourselves of the most contentious moments in Suarez’s career that show just why he is really hated – and not for the way he ‘walks’ or ‘talks’ as Adidas might have us believe.
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July 2010 – World Cup handball heartbreak for Ghana
In the 2010 World Cup Suarez broke the hearts of Ghana fans when he blatantly used his hands to block the ball that was clearly heading into the net.
Suarez was sent off and Ghana were awarded a penalty, but Asamoah Gyan saw his spot-kick bounce off the cross-bar.
Uruguay progressed to the semi-finals after winning the penalty shoot-out 4-2.