SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray looks back on Luis Suarez's handball in the 2010 World Cup against Ghana differently than the world initially reacted to it. At the time, it was viewed as an ugly play by a dirty player. Now, it is seen as a play of sacrifice, doing what needed to be done so that his Uruguayan National Team could succeed.
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