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Luis Suarez's goal line handball against Ghana in the last minute of extra time.
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At South Africa 2010, Uruguay were looking to qualify for their first FIFA World Cup semi final since 1970. They were up against an Asamoah Gyan-inspired Gha...
Uruguay striker Luis Suárez swatted away a sure Ghanaian goal at the end of extra time, drawing a red card and a penalty kick, but Ghana's Asamoah Gyan's ball hit the crossbar.
Luis Suarez stops Ghana from scoring in the dying minutes of extra time, Gyan then misses a penalty. leave comments on your opinions
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However, his effort was blocked by Suarez's outstretched hands, and while the current Barcelona superstar was shown a red card for his intervention, Asamoah Gyan duly sent the resulting penalty ...
Suárez scored goals for Groningen, but he also had disciplinary problems; in one five-game stretch in January 2007, he scored four goals but received three yellow cards and one red card. Suárez especially made his mark in a 4–3 home win over Vitesse , when with ten minutes to go he subsequently won a penalty and scored two goals. 
Beamed around the world and watched by millions upon millions of people, Luis Suarez famously saved a shot off of the line with his hands while playing against Ghana in the 2010 World Cup. While he received a red card for his blatant handball, Ghana sadly missed the resulting penalty and crashed out of the tournament against his Uruguay team.