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Patrice Evra enjoys Luis Suarez’s company World Cup elimination by liking a social media post

Patrice Evra LOVES a message from Luis Suarez in tears after Uruguay’s World Cup exit as the former Man Utd defender puts the boot into his old rival after accusing the ex-Liverpool man of racism in 2011

  • Patrice Evv liked a social media post that showed Luis Suarez in tears
  • Uruguay was dumped from the World Cup after South Korea’s victory
  • Due to the elimination, it is unlikely that Suarez will play another World Cup game
  • Evra and Suarez clashed controversially when they were both Premier League stars
  • He accused his rival of racism during United’s game against Liverpool in 2011

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Former Manchester United star Patrice Evra liked an image on social media of Luis Suarez in tears after Uruguay’s dramatic elimination from the World Cup.

The South American side went out of the tournament despite a 2-0 win over Ghana on Friday, thanks to an injury-time goal from South Korea that saw them beat Portugal and advance to the knockout stages at the expense of Uruguay.

It was a defeat that left Luis Suarez inconsolable at the end of the game, in what was surely the 35-year-old’s last game at a World Cup final.

Patrice Evv Has Enjoyed Watching Luis Suarez Cry After Uruguay'S Exit From The World Cup

Suarez Couldn'T Hold Back Tears After Uruguay'S Dramatic Exit On Friday

Suarez Couldn'T Hold Back Tears After Uruguay'S Dramatic Exit On Friday

Patrice Evra (L) enjoyed Luis Suarez’s crying after Uruguay’s exit from the World Cup

Evra Liked An Instagram Post Of The Image - Continuing Their Feud That Started 11 Years Ago

Evra Liked An Instagram Post Of The Image - Continuing Their Feud That Started 11 Years Ago

Evra liked an Instagram post of the image – continuing their feud that started 11 years ago

However, there was no sympathy for his former Premier League rival Patrice Evra. The former Manchester United defender was caught on social media with an image of Suarez feeling the pain of Uruguay’s departure for the World Cup.

The story of Suarez and Evra goes back to their high-profile duel in 2011, when the French defender accused Suarez of making a racist remark to him during a game between Liverpool and Manchester United.

The FA later found the Uruguayan guilty of the offence, suspended the striker for eight games and fined him £40,000, despite Suarez pleading his innocence.

Suarez And Evra Clashed After The Frenchman Accused His Rival Of Making A Racist Comment In 2011

Suarez And Evra Clashed After The Frenchman Accused His Rival Of Making A Racist Comment In 2011

Suarez and Evra clashed after the Frenchman accused his rival of making a racist comment in 2011

Liverpool Players Supported Suarez By Wearing T-Shirts With His Name On Them

Liverpool Players Supported Suarez By Wearing T-Shirts With His Name On Them

Liverpool players supported Suarez by wearing t-shirts with his name on them

The Following Season, Evra Made It A Point To Celebrate A United Win Ahead Of Suarez

The Following Season, Evra Made It A Point To Celebrate A United Win Ahead Of Suarez

The following season, Evra made it a point to celebrate a United win ahead of Suarez

Subsequently, when the teams met in the following season, Suarez refused to shake hands with Evra during pre-game lineups at Old Trafford. However, it was Evra who had the final say as United won 2-1 and the Frenchman could be seen celebrating victory right in front of the Reds frontman.

During the saga, Liverpool players chose to support Suarez by wearing t-shirts with the forward’s face on them ahead of a game against Wigan.

Uruguay and Suarez have had a frustrating World Cup campaign in Group H. They opened the group with a goalless draw against South Korea, before losing 2-0 to Portugal to see the Portuguese secure their place in the next round books.

They went into the final group game knowing they had to beat Ghana to have any chance of making the last 16, and despite two goals from Giorgian de Arrascaeta sealing the win, it wasn’t enough to see Uruguay through.

They finished level with South Korea, but exited the competition two goals short of their Group H foes.

Giorgian De Arrascaeta'S Two Goals Were Not Enough To Keep Uruguay In The World Cup

Giorgian De Arrascaeta'S Two Goals Were Not Enough To Keep Uruguay In The World Cup

Giorgian de Arrascaeta’s two goals were not enough to keep Uruguay in the World Cup

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