Costa Rica's forward Joel Campbell (L) on August 3, 2011 in Manizales and Uruguay's Edinson Cavani on June 4, 2014 in Montevideo. (AFP PHOTO / LUIS ACOSTA - MIGUEL ROJO)
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Luis Suarez looks certain to sit out Uruguay's World Cup Group D opener against Costa Rica Saturday but in Edinson Cavani and Diego Forlan the South Americans still boast a formidable attacking partnership.The Liverpool striker was sensational in the English Premier League last season, scoring 31 goals in 33 appearances, way more than any other player.Cavani comes to Brazil after a successful first season at Paris St Germain and while Forlan's star has faded somewhat since the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he still has the intelligence and dead-ball expertise to unlock any defense.So much so that the official La Liga website hailed him as "the league's best" goalkeeper ahead of more illustrious peers at Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.
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