Suarez has suffered different strokes of setbacks following the incidence of him biting Italy defender in the on going world-cup tournament. The latest of it is that, Adidas has replaced an advert on Copacabana beach
featuring a snarling Luis Suarez after it became a popular
attraction among World Cup fans.
The image depicts the Uruguay striker with his mouth open
and teeth bared.
Ever since Suarez bit Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini the
advert has been a major attraction. Fans have been queuing
on the Rio de Janeiro beach to have a photo taken with it,
pretending to be bitten by the Liverpool player.
However, Adidas has now replaced it with one of Brazil right-
back Dani Alves.
An Adidas spokesperson said: “Adidas has decided to review
all marketing activity involving Luis Suarez.
“Some changes on the ground in Brazil have been made in
line with this review, with certain artwork being swapped out
Suarez’s boot deal with Adidas could be in jeopardy after the
sportswear manufacturer announced on Thursday that it
would consider its partnership with the 27-year-old, who has
returned to Uruguay after his World Cup accreditation was