Resigned French protector Evra was racially manhandled by Suarez during a match between the Reds and United at Anfield back in 2011.
The now-Atletico Madrid striker was hit with an eight-game boycott and a £40 000 (R810 000) fine from the FA for his offense.
Upon their next experience in a match, Evra scandalously would not warmly greet Suarez, and the Frenchman has now uncovered that he was likewise harmed by Liverpool's demonstration of help for the player when the club wore warm-up T-shirts with a photograph of the then-blamed forward ahead for a game against Wigan Athletic.
Truth be told, so annoyed was Evra with the entire circumstance that he was enticed to assault the Uruguayan when he later saw him out in the city of England.
"One day I was strolling in Manchester in Deansgate, and my sibling said: 'Gracious, it's Luis Suarez around there.' I was with two of my siblings," Evra told the Diary of a CEO podcast
"I checked out him and I resembled: 'That is it, this is the occasion.'
"Furthermore, he strolled, and behind him I saw his children and his significant other. Furthermore, I turned my back.
"I resembled: 'If you do something to him, you can't do this before his family.'
"So, I don't think twice about this is on the grounds that I figure it would have wound up awful. I didn't do anything that day."
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