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Luis Suarez proved he's the undisputed king of s**thousery by coming up with a new way to time-waste in the Copa America.
The Atletico Madrid forward played a key role in Uruguay's 1-1 draw with Chile in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
His shot deflected in off Arturo Vidal to earn his side their first point of the tournament - but it's not Suarez without a bit of controversy.
With minutes remaining in the game, he was determined to stop Claudio Bravo taking a goal kick.
The 34-year-old decided to take his boot off right in front of former teammate Bravo, taking an age to get it back on.
Bravo then tried to move the ball and Suarez went down on his knee again to fix his boot.
Former Barcelona goalkeeper Bravo then tried to nutmeg Suarez twice, but didn't manage to pull it off.
Suarez's shithousery against Bravo :sob: pic.twitter.com/wbXmszLlbU
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Fans have reacted to his antics and it's the kind of thing they've come to expect.
One user commented: "Suarez is the Michaelangelo of time wasting. He has no equals -- only imitators."
A second added: This is why I'm sad he's not playing for Barca anymore. The team could use some personality."
While a third said: "With all that drama and Atletico winning the league, I had forgotten what a massive c**t this guy is lmao."
Suarez helped fire Atletico to the La Liga title last season and scored 21 goals.
Many were shocked he left Barcelona for Atletico, but Suarez himself believes it was the perfect destination.
"I had options," the former Liverpool man recently told World Soccer. "But when I adapted to Atletico and I think about the faith the coach [Diego Simeone] had in me, then I know that it was without a doubt the best decision I could have made.
"[Lionel] Messi and I no longer play for the same team but we're still great friends. It's a friendship that goes beyond football."
Uruguay currently sit fourth in their group and Vidal's own goal was their first strike since November.
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