By Anye Valentine
Algeria will have no choice than to be spectators of the 2022 world cup scheduled to take place in Qatar.
After much protest and accusations from the North African Country, the World Football Governing Body, FIFA has further complicated things for the desert foxes.
In a statement on Saturday, May 7, the committee that looked into algeria’s petition that the match was wrongly officiated saw no wrongdoing. This means there will be no replay of the match.
“We can already guarantee you that all the incidents that occurred during the match were carefully examined by the two video referees, by the laws of the game, and the protocol of video assistance to refereeing,” Foot Marceto, reported citing the FIFA Referee committee which said FIFA has decided the match won’t be re-played as no signs of wrong decisions were traced.
Algerians in the past months have been protesting outside FIFA HeadQuarter requesting a replay.
The Desert nation, claims Gambian Referee Papa Gassama wrongly officiated the match between Cameroon Vs Algeria counting for World cup 2022 qualifications.
This news has come to tear down Algerians who had raised their hopes of a replay of the match.