Guerrero had been banned for 14 months after testing positive for cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine in a World Cup qualifier in October 2017. It was then lifted after a series of appeals, which made it possible for him to participate in the World Cup.
“They took me out of the World Cup. Because as far as I’m concerned, I didn’t play in the World Cup. I didn’t play because I had just ten days of preparation. I was training alone in a park. European players went into the tournament with 70 games under their belt for the season. I played three”, he said, according to China.org.cn.
Guerrero, who now plays his club football for Brazil’s Internacional, has scored four goals in six matches since returning from his ban last month.
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