Video- Luis Suarez bites Ivanovic GIF Video Suarez Ivanovic Biting Chelsea Liverpool April 2013

By Soccer Blog | Apr 21, 2013

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This Luis Suarez bites Ivanovic ( GIF VIDEO BELOW) may see the Uruguayan forward again land in hot water with the FA. The incident took place in the second half of the Liverpool vs Chelsea game on 21 April, 2013, with the Reds striker getting a good chunk of his teeth into the arm of the Blues defender. When he was at Ajax ( back in 2010), Suarez received a lengthy ban for biting PSV’s Otman Bakkal.

Suarez bite Ivanovic

Suarez Ivanovic Biting

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Video- Suarez biting Branislav Ivanovic- Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2

The game eventually ended in a 2-2 draw, with Suarez scoring a 97th minute equaliser.

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26 Comments so far
  1. LB April 21, 2013 6:06 pm

    Another lengthy ban coming Luis…..

  2. JW April 21, 2013 6:39 pm

    Dirty f**ker. How old is he 26? This is the sort of thing a 3 year old does and grows out of. Just because he has donkey teeth doesnt mean he has to go around biting people. 3 Liverpool players shouldnt have been on the pitch at the end, disgusting.

  3. Clarke K April 21, 2013 6:39 pm

    Shouldn’t have been on pitch to score the equaliser, totally disgusting behaviour, something needs to be done about refereeing in football, there are far too many things missed!

  4. surprise surprise April 21, 2013 6:46 pm

    Hey you guys, leave him.

    Didn’t you know he was just saying hi. Cultural differences and all that : D

  5. Sameer April 21, 2013 6:54 pm

    unbelievable tool suarez is, awesome player but disgusting behavior on the pitch and this is not the first time he did the same thing in Ajax vs Psv game, and that turned out to be his last game for ajax, back than got a 7 match ban probably will be more this time around… say good bye to the rest of the season luiz….

  6. branislav April 21, 2013 6:58 pm

    Apparently that’s how Uruguayan and Serbian men greet each other 🙂

  7. Nick, West Wales April 21, 2013 7:04 pm

    An example of British Football for the world to see and teach up and coming new players ! Something needs to be done to set an example to others and teach Suarez that this behaviour is not wanted and has nothing to do with Football.

  8. Sean April 21, 2013 7:22 pm

    Sameer’s right, Liverpool’s good standing in the world is getting hurt terribly by Suarez. Biting is one of the worst things he could possibly have done, along with spitting. It’ll be ta to Suarez, but which club will want the negative publicity associated with him in the summer? Doubt it’ll be Pep and Bayern.

  9. Ike little April 21, 2013 7:32 pm

    Rafael Bernitez is a good for nothing coach.He needs to be sacked right away..Foolish coach

  10. hico April 21, 2013 7:44 pm

    Suarez bites for the hello, Ivanovic puts the elbow into his head for the goodbye.

  11. Brian April 21, 2013 8:28 pm

    Didnt you guys know? Biting in Uruguay is a way of saying “I love you”. Just a simple mistake hes in a foreign country he clearly didnt know what he was doing was wrong.

  12. Will April 21, 2013 8:49 pm

    Hes just a aggressive player that should be suspended when he does stuff like this

  13. Will April 21, 2013 8:49 pm

    Hes like known for that

  14. dido April 21, 2013 11:36 pm

    As i said last time, Suarez is a simple biological mistake, he never deserves to play in Liverpool. What a barbaric man he is!

  15. paul April 21, 2013 11:46 pm

    I heard he’s now up before a tribunal on Chewsday

  16. Asd April 22, 2013 1:09 am

    Hahahaha…suarez like a rabbit…look at his teeth…so big…

  17. Mike April 22, 2013 2:54 am

    How could all the officials miss this?? Clearly should’ve been red carded. The game needs video review technology, as in cricket or American football. Let each coach have a red flag, maybe one per game that they can throw on the pitch to get any play reviewed during the game. This wouldnt disrupt the game any more than a regular injury stoppage. Suarez wouldn’t have been on the pitch to score the equalizer… I’m sick of games being ruined by cheating and poor officiating…

  18. Zinger April 22, 2013 4:16 am

    Send back home to his country.. make the world shake only!!!!
    & ban till end of contract..

  19. Bocha April 22, 2013 9:28 am

    He is simply a nuisance animal! Get him out of England!

  20. lfcfan April 22, 2013 10:05 am

    I have always been a Liverpool fan and am also a big fan of Suarez BUT what a shame he is for Liverpool sometimes….
    Difficult to understand his behavior; he is playing for a big club, the team plays for him, he is having the best season of his career, is featuring in all matches, all other players have a lot of respect for him, he is seen as the best player at his club, will maybe be the PFA footballer of the year, he is at the top of his football. On a personal ground, he has many South African teammates around him, earns a lot of money and seems well settled at Liverpool.

    At that stage in the match he had no specific reason to be extremely frustrated. He already made a sublime assist, was combining well with his teammates, the second half was much better than the first for the Reds. The only incident that happened was his handball leading to the penalty. If this ALONE is the reason, we have a real problem on our hands. We (fans of Liverpool) should face it. What he did this time an absolute disgrace, 100 times worse than the Evra incident, it is disgusting and should be severely punished by LFC itself!

    I read many blogs where some refer to the unpunished similar case of Defoe in 2006 or even to the kungfu-kick of Cantona (who Ferguson supported during the incident) on a fan. One thing I would like to say:


    Liverpool should not wait for the FA but directly ban Suarez, issue him with a second and last formal warning and impose a penalty fee of the same magnitude than the damages this incident should cause to the club’s image. Make it an example for everyone associated with the club. On the other hand, LFC should not let pressure from third parties influence it’s decision in regards to keeping Suarez or not. While what happened cannot be denied, I still think Suarez can be given a last chance.

    Many rival clubs will be relieved to see Suarez taking the door at LFC and they will take this incident as an opportunity to apply as much pressure as possible to force Suarez out. I won’t be surprise to see Fergie comment on the Suarez incident instead of his club’s Title win in his after match conference tonight. Which would be ironical since the guy defended Cantona in the kungfu kick incident.

    Let’s take this as a signal for people’s intentions shall it happen.

  21. Faisal April 22, 2013 11:21 am

    Blues need 2 sack rafeal n bring jose Mourinho ‘the special one’

  22. MU13869 April 22, 2013 11:39 am

    His is a disgrace of the beautiful English football and this isn’t the first time , should be banned

  23. Jetlifari April 22, 2013 3:49 pm

    After having the most stressful of days, this put a smile on my face! Definitely missing the rest of the season though

  24. Jaimin April 22, 2013 4:41 pm

    Gets paid 100K a week, still can’t afford food (other than Ivanovic’s arm)

  25. Mark Finlay April 22, 2013 8:38 pm

    We all know that there is no morality in football, but teams are reliant on sponsorships, and Adidas who sponsor Suarez’s football boots have expressed their disappointment in the player which will lead to the FSG deciding to sell Liverpool’s top player before his next bad decision.

  26. Teixas April 23, 2013 7:45 pm

    He’s a disgrace to soccer and sport in general. Was even using the hands during the world cup 2010 against Ghana in the 1/4 final. what a shameful and greedy player.

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