World Cup 2014 has been one of the most exhilarating in recent memory, intriguing contests, goals galore, numerous surprises and several new stars born.
But while some players have been able to charm the watching public, others have seen their respective reputations head in the opposite direction, attracting more derision than praise.
While James Rodriguez has been the golden boy of this World Cup, Luis Suarez has been the antithesis - leaving the tournament in disgrace after his shocking bite of Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.
It was an incident that brought shame upon Suarez and his country, and resulted in club Liverpool sanctioning a transfer to Barcelona for their prized asset, with the striker having had one too many disciplinary strikes.
But while it appeared no player would be able to surpass Suarez as the most hated at the World Cup, a possible successor emerged following Brazil’s clash with Colombia on Friday evening.
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