Welcome back to the English Premier League, Luis Suarez!
Just in time to get yourself in a spot of trouble again, eh?
Suarez came on as a 66th-minute substitute for Dirk Kuyt and promptly buried his cleats into the stomach of Spurs midfielder Scott Parker.
The referee booked the Uruguayan in the 70th minute, giving him his third yellow card of the season.
Suarez had missed the Reds' previous eight matches on account of a ban handed down by the Football Association for spewing racist epithets at Manchester United's Patrice Evra earlier in the season.
Of course, Suarez could've done worse for himself and his club had he swung toward Parker's head, where the ball happened to be at the time he took his foot to his opponent's midsection.
Still, Suarez's latest incident does little to dispel the notion that he's an unsavory player, a competitor of the lower common denominator.
As much support as Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has shown for Suarez in public, he'd do well to make sure his South American talisman keeps a low profile and avoids embroiling himself in nonsensical extracurricular activities from here on out.