The Onion Bag: Luis Suarez's Biting Bet and Argentina's Holy Weapon

Ryan Bailey@ryanjaybaileyFeatured ColumnistJune 26, 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of the World Cup Onion Bag, dispatched from sunny Rio de Janeiro!

First up today, it's controversial Uruguayan talisman Luis Suarez, who has stolen headlines with his third career biting incident. But Giorgio Chiellini's pain has been the betting punter's gain, as many people made money from the Suarez chomp. 

Next, we check in with Pope Francis. The Argentinean promised to remain neutral throughout the tournament, but the San Lorenzo fan has been caught waving Albiceleste colours. Could he be the secret behind Lionel Messi's success? 

Finally, it appears that things haven't gone as planned for Ghana at this tournament. Shortly after an emergency $3 million bonus was flown in to appease the squad, two players were sacked

 

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