The trade-off in having Luis Suarez on a team has always been for every person he bites, black player he racially abuses, or referee he headbutts, he'll score at least a few dozen goals to make up for all that shithousery. But it appears that he has reached his 30s, the playing abilities that allowed many supporters, teammates and managers to ignore those actions have begun to fade.
The quarterfinal match between Uruguay and Peru ended with. It's a poor form that started with a relative down-year in Barcelona, continued on the international stage and now more or less resulted in his team getting knocked out of this year's Copa América The score tied 0-0 in regulation and went straight to penalties-recent procedure in the tournament has been to skip extra time entirely. Given that he's the best player currently on his national team, Luis Suarez has stepped up to take the first penalty for Uruguay. Peruvian keeper Pedro Gallese straight into the abdomen for a save.
Peruvian and Uruguayan players hit the back of the net. As a result, Suarez's miss pretty much the main reason why they lost that game.
The ironic thing is that Suarez was almost the hero of the game. In the 73rd minute of regulation, it was said that the goal was not ruled out.
 Of course, if that goal was counted, it would have gone big against the spirit of the game. "He's put together in this tournament, especially in his game against Chile.
Suarez is looking for asshole that I have no choice but to take their side in this , I hate it, and I'm alone in this sentiment.
 But perhaps the best news is that two semifinal games for this tournament are against Peru. Chile, a heated cultural rivalry that goes back decades and almost led to once, and Brazil. Argentina, a battle of two South American soccer giants.