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Argentina's debt default threatens to worsen trade tensions in South America, adding to the economic woes of Brazil in a tense election year and causing headaches in Uruguay as the Argentine economy looks likely to plunge deeper into recession.
James Rodriguez (Colombia 2 Uruguay 0) Rodriguez had already caught the eye with his performances in the first round but his opener against Uruguay in the Round of 16 confirmed him as one of the players of the tournament.
Wasn't easy to achieve what I have, says MoM Rodriguez Rio de Janeiro: There is no question that James Rodriguez is the sensation of this World Cup...Uruguay with a brace on Saturday to take his country into the last eight for the first time and up
The Uruguay football coach has blamed the English media for Luis Suarez's lengthy ban for biting an opponent. Oscar Tabarez read out a 14-minute tirade, accusing the media of a conspiracy to get the controversial player kicked out of the World Cup.
Hundreds of Uruguay fans waited in Motevideo airport for Luis Suarez to return from Brazil but the striker has remained in Natal. Photograph: Reuters Liverpool are taking legal advice after facing up to another nightmare scenario with Luis Suarrez
Luis Suarez was at the centre of an extraordinary legal battle as Fifa gave him an unprecedented four-month ban from all football-related activities following his bite on Giorgio Chiellini. The Uruguay Football Federation will appeal against the ban
Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez for the remainder of the World Cup and beyond for having bitten the Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder in the teams' last group stage match. Suarez was fined for four months for the bite and fined the
If you were watching Tuesday's World Cup match and happened to catch the moment when Uruguay's Luis Suarez ducked his head and, maybe, clamped his teeth down on Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder, you might reasonably have been surprised
Uruguay striker Luis Suarez for allegedly biting an Italian defender late in Tuesday's decisive Group D match. International soccer's governing body announced early Wednesday that it had charged Suarez with assaulting an opponent and given Suarez and
Even though it was so obviously a possibility that a Norwegian site had posted odds on it happening, a Uruguayan striker’s bite out of an Azzurri opponent was the rage of the social media Wednesday. Of course, social media can