The “FIFA” responds to the request to replay the match between Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt and Senegal

Lausanne (Switzerland): The FIFA Disciplinary Commission has announced its decision in about the repetition of the match between Algeria and Cameroon in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which saw a dramatic defeat for the Algerian team in the final moments of the match at Blida Stadium in Algeria, with two goals to one, to miss the opportunity to qualify for the World Cup. . According to press reports, the International Federation refused to repeat the match between Algeria and Cameroon, according to the Algerian team’s complaint, and even fined the Algerian Federation 3,000 Swiss francs for throwing bullets and lighting smoke bombs during the play-off, which loses dramatically with Cameroon in Blida (1-0 and 1-2 after the extension). And the “Desert Warriors” were eliminated at the last minute with a goal by Karl-Toko Ekambi (120 + 4), after scoring a goal in the 118th minute to take them to the Qatar World Cup at the end of the quest’year. The Algerian Federation had filed a complaint with the International Federation’s Disciplinary and Complaint Commissions in order to be able to repeat the Cameroon match due to refereeing errors in the match. He hoped to replay the game, opposing the “scandalous arbitration” of Gambian Bakari Gassama. He also refused to repeat the match between Egypt and Senegal, which saw the exclusion of the Pharaohs from penalties, and was accused of influencing Mohamed Salah’s teammates with pressure, including the use of lasers, on which the Egyptian Federation filed a complaint. FIFA fined the Senegalese team financially and forced them to play a match behind closed doors, due to the events that occurred during the decisive match with Egypt on March 29 in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. According to FIFA, in addition to the violation general “safety rules” and maintenance of order At the Abdoulaye-Wadi stadium in Diamniadio, near the capital Dakar, the FIFA Disciplinary Commission referred to the invasion of the field, the firing of bullets, the use of lasers and Smoke bombs on the stand, as well as an “offensive” banner, in the match won by Sadio Mane and his team mates against teammate in Liverpool, the English Mohamed Salah on penalties 3-1 after a 1-1 aggregate. And FIFA fined Senegal a fine of 175,000 Swiss francs (about $ 180,000), as well as playing a match without fans, as part of a long list of penalties revealed by FIFA on Monday. The Egyptian team was also fined 6,000 Swiss francs due to the team’s misconduct. The Egyptian Federation had filed a complaint with the International Federation against the background of the events of the Senegal match and the harassment to which he was subjected. FIFA also fined Morocco 30,000 Swiss francs during their 4-1 victory over the Democratic Republic of Congo after a 1-1 draw, for throwing bullets, lighting smoke bombs and closing ports. in exchange of a fine of 5,000 francs to the Democratic Republic of Congo for throwing bullets. But questThe latter was fined 120,000 Swiss francs with a fine for playing a match without fans for his violations in the first leg between them on 25 March. Lebanon was subjected to a hefty 100,000 Swiss franc fine while playing a game without its fans for failing to maintain security, throwing bullets and storming the pitch during the clash with Syria last March. in which Syria received a fine of 7,500 Swiss francs. Iran, qualified for the World Cup, received a warning for failing to ensure safety and non-compliance with safety rules during the clash with Iraq on January 27. (agencies)