Uruguay won the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which was held in Argentina. This Monday, the coaching staff and players were greeted with celebration on the streets of Montevideo. And strong in the party: striker Luis Suarez, who went to watch the celebrations closely.
The Grêmio striker entered the field on Sunday night, in the 3-0 defeat against Flamengo, in the Maracanã. Rio Grande do Sul’s players were given three days off, due to a FIFA appointment, and Loiseto took the opportunity to travel home.
In Montevideo, the striker went to meet the players of the Under-20 team, who walked the streets of the Uruguayan capital, towards the Centenario stadium. The Uruguayan Football Association’s (AUF) social media profile posted pictures celebrating with the Grêmio striker.
And on Sunday, Uruguay beat Italy in the final, 1-0, with a goal by Luciano Rodriguez, in the 40th minute of the second half. The decision was taken at Diego Armando Maradona’s stadium, in La Plata, and it was the first time Celeste’s team had won the title.
On the same day, Suárez was one of the highlights of Grêmio, despite defeating Rubro Negro. Number 9 was actively involved in most of the offensive moves. In one, he shot first and the ball touched the uprights, but did not go in.
Loisito reappeared at CT Luiz Carvalho in Porto Alegre only on Thursday the 15th, and until then, Grêmio’s players and coaching staff will be off duty. Only those who are undergoing treatment in the medical department will need to attend the CT scan.
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