Blame Gyan! Luis “Demon” Suarez Unapologetic over 2010 antic against Ghana


Uruguay forward, Luis Suarez has maintained that he owes no apology for his act that contributed to Ghana’s Quarter-final elimination from the World Cup in 2010.

Luis Suarez handled a goal bound effort, to deny Ghana, but the resultant penalty kick was missed. And though he had been sent off, the Striker celebrated Asamoah Gyan’s penalty miss, wildly.

His antics earned him notoriety among Ghanaian football fans ever since and with the sides facing off in a crucial group stage game in Qatar, old wounds have been opened again.

“The Ghana player missed the penalty, not me,” Suarez said ahead of their crunch game.

“Everyone felt bad [in 2010] but for me I just want to get to the next stage.

“Revenge or not, we would go with the same determination and desire to win.

“I am not looking back, I don’t want to focus on the past.”


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