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Luis Suarez: World Cup pictures of banned Uruguay striker

Luis Suarez entered the World Cup dreaming of glory but ended it in disgrace after being banned for biting for the third time in his career.
Poster boy: An advertisement at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro is changed after tourists queue to have their pictures taken alongside it.
A tourist jokes in front of an advertisement featuring the portrait of Uruguay's forward Luis Suarez at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro
Villain or hero? Uruguay fans hold up and wear masks of striker Luis Suarez before their World Cup match against Colombia on Saturday 28 June - Uruguay lost 2-0. Defeat marked the end of a campaign in which Suarez made headlines around the globe.
Uruguay fans hold up and wear Luis Suarez masks ahead of the World Cup match against Colombia
Back in business: Suarez starts in the crucial match against England on Thursday 19 June, and opens the scoring with a perfectly placed header beyond the reach of England goalie Joe Hart.
Luis Suarez of Uruguay scores his team's first goal past Joe Hart of England during the World Cup Group D match between Uruguay and England at Arena de Sao Paulo on 19 June
Moment of madness: During Uruguay's final group match against Italy on Tuesday 24 June, Suarez is involved in a biting controversy for the third time in his career - this time appearing to gnaw on the shoulder of defender Giorgio Chiellini.
World Cup 2014: Luis Suarez bites Giorgio Chiellini
On top of the world: Suarez enjoys a moment of joy as he takes in the cheers from Uruguayan supporters, but his world will be turned upside down again five days later.
Uruguay's Luis Suarez celebrates scoring his side's second goal during the Group D World Cup match between Uruguay and England at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
On the sidelines: Suarez (right) claps from the bench as he sits out Uruguay's opening World Cup game on Saturday 14 June following surgery on his knee. Costa Rica claim a surprise 1-0 win.
Luis Suarez of Uruguay (right) applauds from the bench during the 2014 Fifa World Cup Group D match between Uruguay and Costa Rica at Castelao on 14 June 14 in Fortaleza
World of pain: Liverpool and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez begins the 2014 World Cup in Brazil as a Golden Boot contender and ends up being booted out for biting an opponent.
Uruguay player Luis Suarez attends a news conference prior to a training session at the Dunas Arena soccer stadium in Natal on 23 June
The final whistle: Football's governing body FIFA gives the striker a nine-match ban from internationals and four-month suspension from all football-related activity, including going to stadiums. It rules him out of playing until the end of October.
Luis Suarez says his farewells
Fans' favourite: While Suarez faces criticism elsewhere, in Uruguay fans gather at Carrasco international airport, 20 km east of the capital Montevideo, to welcome him back to the country, although he actually returns later.
Fans wait for Luis Suarez at Uruquay airport
Luis Suarez has said sorry to Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini for biting him during their World Cup match. The Liverpool striker entered the World Cup dreaming of glory but ended it in disgrace, as these photos show.
Liverpool's Luis Suarez after he appeared to bite Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League match at Anfield in April 2013
Match winner: After England equalise through Manchester United's Wayne Rooney, Suarez seals a 2-1 Group D win for Uruguay at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo.
Luis Suarez scores his second goal against England
All smiles for now: Uruguay go on to snatch a late winner against Italy and Suarez celebrates the 1-0 victory, but after the match he will face a major controversy that results in disciplinary action.
Uruguay forward Luis Suarez (right) celebrates their victory at the end of a Group D football match between Italy and Uruguay at the Dunas Arena in Natal
Shock and anger: Suarez is immediately accused by Chiellini, who pulls down his shirt to reveal a mark on his left shoulder. The striker, meanwhile, holds his teeth after the incident.
Giorgio Chiellini and Luis Suarez