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In the Copa America game between Uruguay and Chile in June 2019, former West Brom and Nottingham Forest defender Jara was annoyed by a chicken-mask encroacher who had interrupted the game.
He stuck his leg out to trip him up and that helped the stewards catch him and take him off the pitch.
Suarez, however, saw an opportunity. He frantically scurried over to the referee and clearly gestured for a card to be shown to Jara.
During the Uruguay vs Chile match, Luis Suarez ran to the referee to demand that Gonzalo Jara was booked for kicking a pitch invader. Never change, Luis. pic.twitter.com/DtxaOW0FZ7- football.london (@Football_LDN) June 25, 2019
The second half of the match was briefly halted due to a pitch invader wearing a chicken mask- Lilian Chan (@bestgug) June 25, 2019
The invader was quickly halted in his tracks by Chile's Gonzalo Jara (left) tripped him up
Jara's act allowed the stewards to catch him despite Suarez calling for No 18 to be sent off pic.twitter.com/pnUvx6xmwb
The incident happened exactly four years after Jara stuck his fingers up Edinson Cavani's backside but much to Suarez's frustration, he avoided any punishment here.
In the same game, Suarez continued to bring serious sh*thousery to the table when he appealed for a handball against goalkeeper Gabriel arias.
The former Liverpool star slapped his hand and called for a penalty before remembering the age-old law that goalkeepers are in fact allowed to use their hands in their box.
Suarez' reflex for appealing to the ref is level 9000 pic.twitter.com/QLMXdqarE5- Kay (@RMPanther) June 25, 2019
Only Suarez would appeal for handball against the keeper in the box and try and get someone sent off for tackling a pitch invader.
He once spent five minutes trying to get booked in hilarious fashion in the past while this season the Atletico Madrid man was cautioned for trying to sneak a look at the VAR screen.