The Barcelona star did not respond kindly to the Brazilian's claim on social media that he suffered a bloody injury at his studs
Luis Suarez has blasted Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis after the full-back posted a photograph on Instagram of an injury he claims the Barcelona forward inflicted.
Barca were held to a 1-1 draw in Wednesday's La Liga contest at Camp Nou, after which Filipe Luis promptly uploaded an image of his bloodied right foot, bearing a stud mark.
He wrote a tongue-in-cheek caption to accompany the image, which read: "At least he didn't touch me."
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But Suarez, who was booked for the foul on the former Chelsea defender, was in no mood for apologies when questioned about the social media post, telling reporters: "Football is for men.
"Everything stays on the pitch. If everyone uploaded what happens, the game would become a circus."
Suarez is no stranger to controversy, having twice served bans for biting opponents, while he was involved in a racist incident with Patrice Evra.