Emotional Luis Suarez Breaks Down in Tears as Uruguay Fail to Progress Despite Ghana Win

Emotional Luis Suarez Breaks Down in Tears as Uruguay Fail to Progress Despite Ghana Win

  • Luis Suarez has been been spotted crying after Uruguay failed to make it into the last 16 of the World Cup
  • The former Liverpool forward inspired Uruguay to a 2-0 victory over Ghana in their final Group H game
  • Ghana and Uruguay have been eliminated from the competition after South Korea beat Portugal in the other group game

Luis Suarez broke down in uncontrollable tears as Uruguay suffered elimination despite beating Ghana in 2-0 in their final group game.

Result from the South Korea and Portugal game meant Uruguay's journey at the 2022 FIFA World Cup came to an end.

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Luis Suarez has been spotted crying after Uruguay were sent packing at the World Cup. Credit: @ESPNFC
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In photos that has since gone viral on social media, Suarez wept uncontrollably after South Korea took a 2-1 lead in their match.

Suarez was the architect as Giorgian de Arrascaeta scored a double first half brace to sink the Black Stars of Ghana.

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The two teams came into the game with memories from the same fixture 12 years ago in South Africa.

Suarez is making his last appearance at the World Cup after a glittering career that has seen him win several laurels in Europe.

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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Luis Suarez is still haunting Ghanaians after a moment of brilliance in the first half of the game between the Black Stars and Uruguay.

A brace in the first half from Giorgian de Arrascaeta sees Uruguay take the lead before the break.

Suarez has been the architect for the South Americans with both goals coming through him.

Suarez inspires Uruguay to victory against Ghana

Uruguay crashed out of the World Cup on Friday despite beating Ghana 2-0 after South Korea scored a late winner in the other Group H match to leapfrog the South American side.

Giorgian De Arrascaeta netted twice in quick succession in the first half, with 35-year-old Luis Suarez having a hand in both goals.

However, Suarez finished the match on the bench in tears as he news came in of South Korea's last-gasp victory over Portugal, which meant the Asian side had moved above the Uruguayans into second place in Group H on goals scored.

Source: Sports Brief News