Luis Suarez returned to Camp Nou, but not everyone showed loving gestures like his friend Lionel Messi. The only bad thing about the game is that there are no goals.
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Suarez struggled for his claims with Atletico so he was able to make a run-in with goalkeeper Mark Andre der Stegen.
The Uruguayan was touched by the German in a play, and he threw himself out after being fined by referee Matteo Lahoz, who claimed to have demanded the goalkeeper.
Der Stegen denounced Suarez for his attitude, along with some complaints from Gerard Pique. Both were outraged that the forward was said to be simulated.
“It’s okay, fat man, don’t screw me. It’s okay,” Hammert said, to which he got up and asked Der Stegen straight: “But are you giving it to me or not?”
The German pointed at him: “This is the hand, E. If I put my foot on, it’s OK, but it’s. The match ended 0-0 and now everything depends on Real Madrid.