FIFA’s Disciplinary Committee will on April 21 examine petitions filed by African Countries during the third and fourth rounds of World cup qualifications, The World Football Governing Body has announced.
Despite the world Cup draws, which took place in Doha, Qatar, last week, countries like Algeria, and Egypt are still frowning after their defeats by Senegal and Cameroon respectively.
The Algerians Football Federation filed a petition requesting for a re-match with Cameroon claiming faults from Gambian Referee, Bakary Papa Gassama.
Egypt has also tabled a complaint against Senegal saying, they played in a “terrorized atmosphere” as Senegalese fans used lasers to distract Egyptian players, especially during penalty shootouts.
Several complaints have also erupted from matches like Ghana vs Nigeria, and Morroco vs DR Congo.
The various countries who have grievances have received the latest developments from FIFA with open arms while waiting for the final verdict on April 21.