Former Barcelona striker Luiz Suarez has created another offence record in football history in his side’s champions league clash against Locomotive Moscow.
The striker who was offloaded by Fc Barcelona following the arrival of Ronald Koeman as head coach continued his career at Athletico Madrid, netting two goals on his debut. Athletico Madrid faced Locomotive Moscow in the group A of the UEFA champions league on Tuesday, drawn alongside Salzburg and Bayern Munich.
Luiz Suarez entered the bad books for biting opponents on the pitch during a game on three different occasions. His latest offence got him booked for peeping at the VAR monitor to the displeasure of the generous referee who wasted no time in flashing him a portion of the yellow card.
However, some fans opined that referee Benoit Bastien was lucky not to receive the vampire side of Luiz Suarez after the booking.