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3:30 pm, October 24
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3:30 pm, October 24
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3:30 pm, October 24
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3:30 pm, October 24
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7:00 pm, October 24
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9:00 pm, October 24


Luis Suarez made his return after sitting out the first game of the world cup as he scored both goals for Uruguay in a 2-1 victory for “The Sky Blue”. Both teams had chances in the first half with Wayne Rooney barely missing on a free kick and on a header and a strike from Cristian Rodriguez going just over the top bar. 

Suarez got on the scorecard first as his strike got past the hands of Man City keeper Joe Hart to give Uruguay a 1-0 lead but Rooney kept attacking and it was no surprise when the man untd. forward broke through and scored his first goal in the world cup finals to tie the game at 1. The tie didn’t last long though as just 10 short minutes later Suarez found the back of the net for the 2nd time in the game with a wide-open easy goal where the keeper had no chance. Uruguay walks away with three points in a wide-open Group D.

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