Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini admires Uruguay forward Luis Suarez for biting him during a heated match at the 2014 World Cup, he said in his autobiography. Suarez, who escaped punishment during the game, was later banned for four months plus nine internationals — but Chiellini said he bore no grudge towards him. “Malice is part of football, I wouldn’t call it illegitimate. To get past a rival you have to be smart,” the Juventus captain said in the book “Io, Giorgio”. “I admire his cunning,” he added. “If he lost it, he’d become an ordinary forward.” Chiellini said nothing strange happened that day in the 2014 World Cup. In Photos | The most iconic images from the World Cup “I marked...Full Article
Giorgio Chiellini admires Luis Suarez for biting him at World Cup
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