Luis Suarez berates Danny Drinkwater for late tackle

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We would advise nobody remind Luis Suarez it's still only pre-season.

The Uruguayan has always been one to wear his heart on his sleeve and he has also never been afraid to hide what exactly what he thinks of the opposition.

It doesn't matter whether it's the Champions League final or a rather unimportant pre-season clash against Leicester City, Suarez will be competitive to the very final whistle.

The latest victim to be on the receiving end of the Barcelona star's wrath was Danny Drinkwater.

The Leicester midfielder put in a nasty challenge which caught Suarez late after the ball had gone - a tackle the 29-year-old took particular exception too.

Suarez immediately approached the guilty player and began shouting, to which Drinkwater responded by giving as good as he got and the pair had to be separated by the referee.

Once the situation appeared to have calmed down Suarez continued to berate the England international with some very ungentlemanly insults.

Despite leaving Liverpool two years, Suarez clearly hasn't forgotten any of the English language and, as the video below shows, calls Drinkwater 'a f***ing c**t'.

Not quite what you would expect from a friendly.

Suarez had already scored once and assisted two more in a very open game which took place in Stockholm.

Leicester had recovered from going three goals down with two strikes from Ahmed Musa but exciting youngster Rafael Mujica sealed the victory for the Spanish champions by finishing off a nice passing move.

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