Algeria-Cameroon match: FIFA to deliver its verdict on this date!

ALGIERS- The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) have called for a replay of their World Cup play-off second leg against Cameroon over scandalous refereeing decisions. Algeria fell at the final qualifying hurdle after Karl Toko Ekambi’s 124th-minute winner helped Cameroon book a spot in Qatar.

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ALGIERS- The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) have called for a replay of their World Cup play-off second leg against Cameroon over scandalous refereeing decisions. Algeria fell at the final qualifying hurdle after Karl Toko Ekambi’s 124th-minute winner helped Cameroon book a spot in Qatar.

This appeal has been received by the international football body FIFA, which will respond to it within two weeks, more precisely on April 21st, 2022.

“The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) informs that the complaint it has lodged with FIFA will be submitted to the Disciplinary Committee for examination and decision will be delivered on April 21, 2022,” the FAF said on Tuesday evening through a press release.

Earlier, FAF published a statement, last Thursday, confirming they have lodged an appear to world governing body FIFA. The federation said that the scandalous arbitration during the match distorted the result.

The statement added: “The FAF is determined to use all legally permitted means to have its rights restored and to replay the match under conditions guaranteeing the honesty and partiality of the referee.

“The FAF also requests the opening of an investigation by FIFA bodies to shed light on the arbitration of the Algeria-Cameroon match.”

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