Uruguay striker Luis Suarez said he had nothing to apologize to Ghana for what happened at the 2010 World Cup.
Recall that at the World Cup in South Africa 12 years ago, these two teams played one of the most dramatic matches in history in the quarterfinals. At the very end of extra time, Suarez deliberately played with his hands, preventing a goal against his team, and was sent off. However, Asamoah Gyan hit the crossbar from the penalty spot, and the South Americans later won on penalties.
- Yes, I played with my hands, but then the Ghanaian did not convert the penalty, not me. Maybe I would apologize if I committed a serious foul and injured a football player, but in this case it was not my fault. I am not responsible for who hits how from the “point”, Louis said.