I don't totally understand the LBW rule, but doesn't that always involve lots of controversy as well? Even with video replays (is it video replays? or that Hawk Eye thingy?) now being available and challenging ump's decisions? Yes, it does seem to be unfair on Ghana, and I agree it's horrible to lose like that. Those, however, are the rules, and the player that broke them was punished accordingly. Giving refs the power to decide when a ball was definitely going in or not when a handball occurs would create lots of confusion as well. And to be totally honest, I still think he'd have handballed it if it were to be a goal. It's not, however, the first time it happens. Phil Neville did it once, on a merseyside derby, and not much fuss was made because of it. He did get a 3 match suspension for it, if I remember correctly. Maybe Suarez could have got the same penalty?