Ghana fans celebrate and mock troubled Luis Suarez after World Cup heartbreak after failing o qualify for round of 16 knockout
A close to home Luis Suarez was in tears as Uruguay retired from the World Cup and Ghana fans couldn’t avoid ridiculing the former Barcelona man after his scandalous jokes in 2010
Ghana fans have ridiculed Luis Suarez by singing a supportive of South Korea melody following his Uruguay side crashed out of the World Cup on Friday night.
The Sky Blue were cruising into the last 16 in the wake of bursting into a two-goal lead against Ghana because of Giorgian De Arrascaeta’s support, with Portugal likewise beating South Korea which was sufficient to see Uruguay go through.
Be that as it may, Korea organized a sensational rebound as Kim Youthful gwon leveled, before Hwang Hee-chan scored in the 92nd moment, meaning the Heroes jumped Uruguay into second put on goals scored.
Uruguay had merely minutes to net another goal, yet they couldn’t beat Lawrence Ati-Zigi for a third time frame in the game as the Sky Blue were left baffled in Doha. The outcomes implied Portugal and South Korea qualified for the knockout stages, with Uruguay in third and Ghana absolute bottom notwithstanding beating Korea on Monday.
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To exacerbate the situation, Ghana allies were reciting “Korea, Korea, Korea” when pictures showed a grief stricken Suarez on the big screen. The former Barcelona star was in tears and couldn’t keep down his feelings as Uruguay were placed near the very edge of disposal.
Suarez then seemed to stomp out of his seat on the seat and onto the touchline, like Cristiano Ronaldo in 2016, to fire directions to his teammates as the score sifted through. Upon the last whistle, Suarez raged onto the pitch to encompass the referee after Uruguay were denied two punishments in the final part.
Darwin Nunez was gotten somewhere near Daniel Amartey the 57th moment however replays showed the Leicester man got a slight touch ready, before Edinson Cavani went tumbling in the crate. Yet, the referee disregarded the two cases, with VAR additionally concurring with the on-pitch official – to the trouble of the Uruguay players and staff.
There was some additional zest heading into the apparatus after Suarez’s scandalous handball into 2010, which assisted Uruguay with advancing into the semi-finals of the World Cup in South Africa. With the scores level, Dominic Adiyiah’s header was flying towards the rear of the net in the 120th moment before Suarez stepped in and took care of the ball, keeping Ghana from winning the game.
Suarez was providing his walking orders and was supplicating that Fernardo Muslera would save his blushers as Asamoah Gyan moved forward from the spot. However, the former Sunderland forward wasted the opportunity to give Ghana the win as the game went directly to punishments – and you know the rest. Uruguay went onto win the shootout 5-3 and secure their entry into the last four against the Netherlands.
A Suarez-less Uruguay couldn’t arrive at the last as they tumbled to a horrifying 3-2 loss against the Dutch, with Cavani being collaborated front and center by Diego Forlan. Suarez returned for the third spot play-off, albeit the ex-Barcelona legend couldn’t find the net as Germany ran out 3-2 winners in South Africa.