Luis Suarez has defended his conduct after he was accused of biting Italy's Georgio Chiellini in a World Cup match that saw the Italians knocked out.
Those are situations that happen on the pitch. We were both just there inside the area.
He shoved me with his shoulder, and my eye got left like that also.
Chiellini told Rai TV that the alleged bite was "clear cut" and that the decision not to send Suarez off was "ridiculous".
If upheld, the four-month Luis Suarez ban from football would see him miss 16 matches, including nine Premier League games.
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Suarez needs to be frustrated on the training ground so he can learn how to respond differently, a sports psychologist has told ITV News.