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During this weekend, a clip of an interview conducted in October of last year with soccer player Luís Suarez went viral, which was carried out on the Twitch channel of Spanish journalist Gerard Romero, who every time he receives a subscription makes a haka dance, the popular Maori war dance.
Moment that despite being part of a video that has been on the Internet for almost a year, was shared millions of times these days, generating reactions from famous Spanish streamers such as Ibai or Auronplay.
Haka that, as can be seen in the video, the Barcelona footballer made fun of, causing many people, such as the controversial streamer ElXokas, to criticize the dance since they say it is a lack of respect towards the Uruguayan national team because he interrupted it , and somehow, wasted the opportunity to share with a world football figure.
Something that Luís Suarez totally dismissed in a new and recent interview with Romero, in which the footballer said: “It wasn’t a lack of respect, on the contrary, I take it very funny.” Conversation where he also makes it clear that they have a friendly relationship by the way they make fun of each other.
He even went further, indicating that: “We agreed that if I scored a goal I was going to celebrate it like that, but thanks to you I didn’t score any more goals. In reality it was because I didn’t play either…” added the footballer.
You can see Suarez’s statements in this clip and if you wish, the full conversation in this replay on Gerard Romero’s channel.
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