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Luis Suarez Punches Player in the Head

Luis Suarez, Barcelona forward, may be a genius in the game of soccer, but he is not the friendliest human in the world. He has gotten caught numerous times for biting other players on the field. Suarez even jokes about his own foolish acts.

He is prone to using his teeth or fists when he gets frustrated. In Barcelona's 4-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna, Suarez punched another player straight in the head.

Here is the video:

It is a horrible thing to do to another player, but somehow not a very surprising from move from a player like Suarez. Yet he did not get a yellow card even though there is a strong case for a red card. His coach Luis Enrique pulled him out for a few minutes to help him cool down.

You would think that a suspension is coming after league officials review the tapes further.