Luis Suarez has offered his version of events in his latest biting controversy.
The Uruguay striker appeared to sink his teeth into the back of Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during his country's 1-0 World Cup win earlier, which is under investigation by FIFA and could land the Liverpool striker with a two-year international ban if found guilty.
But speaking to reporters after the game in Natal, Suarez attempted to downplay the incident and claims there was minimal contact with the Juventus defender as they vied for the ball.
LS on 'bite' - "these situations happen on the field. I had contact with his shoulder, nothing more, things like that happen all the time."— Matt Critchley (@MattCritchley1) June 24, 2014
LS on poss FIFA action "I don't know anything, if FIFA analyse each case separately it's going to be complicated"— Matt Critchley (@MattCritchley1) June 24, 2014
If FIFA decide to impose a ban then Suarez is at risk of missing the rest of the World Cup, after playing only two games in the tournament so far, having missed Uruguay's opening defeat to Costa Rica through injury.