Luis Suarez lashed out at the dugout wall after failing to feature in Uruguay’s tournament-ending defeat to Venezuela at the Copa America.

[REPORT: Venezuela stun Uruguay to reach Copa quarters]

The Barcelona forward wasn’t named in the starting XI or on the substitutes’ bench due to an apparent hamstring complaint, but was still spotted warming up on the touchline during the encounter.

At one point, the 29-year-old gestured at manager Oscar Tabarez before walloping the dugout with his fist and throwing his boot on to the pitch.

Still, at least he didn’t bite anyone…

Venezuela qualified with a 1-0 victory with Salomon Rondon firing the decisive goal.