In the least surprising news of the day, Luis Suárez has already gotten back on the scoresheet for Uruguay after missing their first World Cup match due to injury. Uruguay lead 1-0.
The goal was a testament to Suárez's versatility. Usually, his highlights are full of jinky dribbles, delicate passing, and/or pounding shots from impossible angles and distances. Here, Suárez scored because of textbook center forward off-ball movement to get behind the defense, then nodded in the cross where it couldn't be saved. There really is nothing he can't do.