Meanwhile, at the World Cup . . .

by Charles C. W. Cooke

. . . Uruguayan Luis Suárez has bitten another player for the third time in his career:

Per the New York Times:

For the third time in the past four years, Uruguay’s star striker, Luis Suárez, appeared to bite a player on the other team when he clashed with Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late in the second half of Uruguay’s 1-0 victory here. As in the previous two incidents, Suárez’s apparent chomp went unnoticed by the game officials. Chiellini raced toward the referee, Marco Rodriguez of Mexico, immediately afterward, pulling his jersey to the side in an effort, it seemed, to show Rodriguez the bite marks. Other Italian players also yelled at the official, who did not respond.

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