Jun 24, 2014, 2:47 PM EDT
So Luis Suarez has done it again (allegedly, but let’s be honest, totally), biting an opponent on the shoulder. With no immediate repercussion, it also arguably played a role in his team advancing. Uruguay scored the match-winning goal to eliminate Italy from the group within minutes of Suarez’s chomp on Giorgio Chiellini.
Fortunately when a man bites another man during an athletic contest, Twitter is ripe to do what it does in its finest moments and provide great content (most of it pretty amusing). Let’s take a look at vibes from Alex Morgan, Sacha Kljestan and a load of just plain amusing commenters:
To be fair to Luis Suarez, I can’t resist an Italian sub either.
— Jason O. Gilbert (@gilbertjasono) June 24, 2014
Suarez is a disgrace. Sad because he’s such an amazing football player but he makes our sport look so stupid.
— Sacha Kljestan (@SachaKljestan) June 24, 2014
Having seen it again, it was pretty bad of the Italian guy to shoulder him in the teeth. #soccerbeaver
— Soccer Guy (@usasoccerguy) June 24, 2014
So glad we don’t have a biter in the women’s game. #ouch
— Alex Morgan (@alexmorgan13) June 24, 2014
Just caught up via DVR. Luis Suarez is an embarrassment. Which is sad, because he’s also a great player–whose Cup should be over. #URUvITA
— Josh Elliott (@JoshElliott32) June 24, 2014
Forget about suspensions. It’s way past that. There’s only one way to fix Suarez’ biting problem. pic.twitter.com/bCWOG1W7Rl
FIFA technology says.. pic.twitter.com/hTTWFKuZdM
— World Cup Problems (@WorIdCupProbs) June 24, 2014
— Leif Reigstad (@LeifReigstad) June 24, 2014
After Suarez’s first two bites everyone said, “Yeah, but can he do it at the World Cup?” I guess dreams do come true.
— dirtytackle (@BrooksDT) June 24, 2014
if suarez really wanted to prove he isn’t a racist, he’d bite a black guy every now and again
— George Quraishi (@quraishi) June 24, 2014
My neighbors, who are not sports fans, see me outside and yell THAT DUDE BIT A DUDE
— TEDDY GOOALSEVELT (@edsbs) June 24, 2014
A reminder to those looking for an EPL team: Man City have a guy who can also score 30 goals whose vices are injuries & being too beautiful.
— The Outlander (@MattyRenn) June 24, 2014
— KICKTV (@KICKTV) June 24, 2014
The harshest FIFA punishment of Suarez? pic.twitter.com/chNy1nLuXI
— Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr) June 24, 2014
How Suarez sees every opponent’s jersey: pic.twitter.com/oPgEPL9n38
— DJ Gallo (@DJGalloEtc) June 24, 2014
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