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Uruguayan ad proves Luis Suarez has a sense of humor
by Samuel Charles, July 16th, 2013 11:09PM

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[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Luis Suarez is probably known best for two things, controversy and his unbelievable talent, but Liverpool's striker showed a little known side of himself in a brand new ad just released in Uruguay: his hilarious side.

Suarez, who scored 23 goals in 33 Premier League games last season, has been making plenty of noise about leaving Liverpool this summer as the 26-year-old forward feels he hasn’t been treated “fairly” in England, but Suarez’s own actions have made him the subject of much legitimate criticism.

This commercial for Abitab, a company in Uruguay, shows the lightning rod named Suarez poking fun at his affinity for histrionics, propensity to bend the rules to win and Suarez even takes one of his famous dives, but the ad does skirt his more serious transgressions.

I’m still not sure you want Luis Suarez babysitting your kids on weeknights, but I found the ad to be hysterical ...



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