Thursday, June 26, 2014

So, OK, he bit him... but why a bruised shoulder but no broken teeth?

As reported in ST's front page (June 26):

By late afternoon (Singapore time), the punishment was announced by FIFA: a four-month ban covering nine matches starting with the World Cup fixture between Uruguay and Colombia on Saturday (June 28).


Looking at the pictures below, I have a question: If two sweaty bodies collide with such force, and shoulder meets teeth, how come there are bite marks on the one's shoulder (Chiellini) but no broken teeth suffered by the other man (Suarez)?


The Internet was of course creatively busy...


Finally, there were the inevitable "Look Back In History" stories...

Sport's most famous biters

9 Infamous Sports Biters

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