- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 24, 2014

When Uruguay soccer star Luis Suarez ends his career he might want to consider becoming a zombie. On Tuesday he bit a player during a game for the third time as a professional soccer player.

Not only did Italy lose 1-0 to Uruguay on Tuesday during its World Cup match, but Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini lost a bit of his shoulder during the 79th minute of play, ESPN reported Tuesday.

To add insult to injury, Suarez wasn’t penalized by referees.

Asked about his penchant for taking a bite out of opposing players in May, the player told the New York Times, “Obviously, it’s not the most attractive image that I can have for myself. But that’s not what I want to be remembered for. I want to do things right. I really, really do.”

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