Luis Suarez has admitted he has no regrets for the 2010 penalty incident against Ghana and failed to apologize, reports ESPN.
Suarez hand-picked a ball on the goal post stopping it from going in. As a result he was shown a red card and Ghana were awarded a penalty. Asamoah Gyan missed and Ghana were knocked out.
A Ghanaian journalist asked the 35-year-old his thought on some fans in their country believing he's the devil itself. And are looking forward to retiring him.
Suarez refused to apologize for the handball and said: "The Ghana player missed a penalty not me." [Source: ESPN)
A repeat of the famous South Africa 2010 World Cup quarterfinal is set to happen with both sides desperate for a win especially the South Americans.
Will Ghana go in for revenge? No, Ghana's captain Dede Ayew believes so. He thinks they will approach it like just a normal game as he's the only survivor of the Ghana's 2010 World Cup famous squad.
The game is scheduled for December 2 at 1500 GMT.
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