Back in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Suarez flicked the ball in goal during extra-time between Uruguay and Ghana in the quarter-finals. Cause him to be sent off and Asamoah Gyan missed the penalty. Causing to decide with a penalty shootout before being a “brutal” who entered the UFABET playoffs.
This incident made Suarez a hero of Uruguay. But he became the man most Ghanaians hate to date. And Asamoah Gyan hated the ex-Liverpool striker so little that he almost retaliated in a subsequent club meeting.
The 36-year-old striker said: “I still remember the game between Sunderland vs Liverpool. We played at home that day and all the players were shaking hands. I want to hit him once because people say things. Until it’s embedded in my head.”
“I was naive at the time, but thought about it later. And knew I had to let it go because I would have done the same in his situation.”
Uruguay and Ghana will meet again in the group stage of the 2022 World Cup, with Luis Suarez in the squad. While Asamoah Giyan is still hoping for a place in Ghana. Last even without an affiliation at present.