Luis Suarez's two-game ban is the latest controversy of his career
With Luis Suarez receiving another suspension, here's an updated history of his career controversies:
Jan. 6, 2016: According to the referee's report, Suarez insulted Espanyol players and provoked a confrontation in the tunnel after Barcelona's 4-1 win in the first leg of their Copa del Rey round of 16 meeting on Wednesday. Suarez was suspended for two matches in the competition. Barcelona are appealing the suspension.
June 24, 2014: In the 79th minute of a World Cup group-stage game, Suarez bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder. Suarez was not booked in the match but was later suspended from the remainder of the tournament as well as all soccer activities for four months and nine competitive games for Uruguay.
April 21, 2013: Suarez was suspended 10 games by the English FA for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in a Premier League game. "I was angry after giving away a penalty; I completely lost it," Suarez said. In the same game, he was booked for a different incident and also scored Liverpool's equaliser in a 2-2 draw.
Oct. 15, 2011: Suarez was accused of racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra. Suarez was not booked in the match and denied the accusations but received an eight-match suspension and was fined 40,000 pounds. In a later game, Suarez refused to shake Evra's hand before kickoff.
Nov. 20, 2010: While playing for Ajax, Suarez received a seven-match ban for biting PSV Eindhoven's Otman Bakkal. Suarez was not booked in the match.
July 2, 2010: At the World Cup, Suarez was sent off in the last minute of extra time in a quarterfinal against Ghana after stopping a goalbound header with his hands. Asamoah Gyan missed the ensuing penalty kick and Uruguay eventually advanced on penalties.