South Africa need their match towards Ghana replayed and there’s a precedent as they’d a 2018 World Cup qualifying win over Senegal cancelled after scoring from a wrongly awarded penalty.
FILE: Ghana’s Andre Ayew (R) fights for the ball with South Africa’s Teboho Mokoena (L) in the course of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying spherical Group G soccer match between South Africa and Ghana on the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 6 September 2021. Image: PHILL MAGAKOE/AFP
JOHANNESBURG – Fifa mentioned on Tuesday it had obtained complaints from South Africa and Benin after the international locations suffered defeats final weekend which eradicated them from 2022 World Cup qualifying in Africa.South Africa misplaced a Group G decider 1-0 in Ghana, who transformed a disputed penalty after Daniel Amartey appeared to dive. “We’ve got obtained a criticism from the South African FA in relation to this matter and can assessment it,” a Fifa assertion mentioned.South Africa need the match replayed and there’s a precedent as they’d a 2018 World Cup qualifying win over Senegal cancelled after scoring from a wrongly awarded penalty.Senegal received the replay and went on to qualify for the finals in Russia.In the meantime, Benin are interesting a 2-0 loss to the Democratic Republic of Congo in Kinshasa, which price them first place in Group J.They are saying the Congolese made 4 substitutions on 4 separate events in the course of the top-of-the-table conflict.Fifa rules allow sides to make as much as 5 substitutions throughout a match, however solely throughout three home windows.”We’ve got requested Fifa to take the related measures after this apparent violation of the foundations,” a Beninese sports activities ministry official advised reporters.