Luis Suarez gave away a soft penalty for handling a ball inside the area and it gifted Chelsea a goal during Liverpool’s Barclays Premier League clash at Anfield Sunday.

And that’s not all, the Liverpool forward was also accused and appeared to have bite the arm of Chelsea center-back Branislav Ivanovic during a tussle inside the Chelsea penalty are.

Video replays showed the controversial forward did bit the arm Ivanovic and if found guilty, which many are suggesting he will, could be banned for the rest of season.

Suarez was also handed a seven-match ban during his playing time with Ajax in 2010 for biting PSV Eindhoven midfielder Otman Bakkal on the shoulder.

Before kick-off, the forward was quoted as saying he will be at Liverpool next season, despite reports linking him away from the club.

“I’ll be here next season, yes. Not only am I playing for Liverpool, I am playing in one of the best leagues in the world,” he said in the Sunday Times.

“I am very happy (at Liverpool) and I want to see out my contract, though in football you never know quite what’s ahead.”

But after Sunday’s handball and biting incident, will Liverpool want to keep him.

He added: “A club can decide they don’t want you, even though you want to stay.

“In football things never turn out the way you plan.”


After setting up Daniel Sturridge with an almost perfect delivery for Liverpool’s equalizer, the Uruguay international made a stupid mistake at the other end gift Chelsea another.

Suarez left his hand above while marking inside his own penalty box, which prevented a cross from getting to an awaiting Fernando Torres and referee Kevin Friend hand no choice but to point to the spot.

The result penalty was scored by Eden Hazard, sending goalkeeper Pepe Reina the wrong way.


And it didn’t stop there, as Suarez, who probably shouldn’t have been on the pitch for biting his Chelsea opponent, also had the final say in the game, as he pounced on a cross from Sturridge to score the late-late equalizing goal in stoppage in the 2-2 draw.


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