The Fédération Internationale de Football Association, FIFA has dismissed South Africa’s dissent against Ghana.
As indicated by the report, Fifa has rubbished South Africa’s case against Ghana and Senegalese ref Maguitta Ndiaye following the 1-0 misfortune in the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers a fortnight back.
Exactly couple of days prior, FIFA opened examinations concerning Ghana’s World Cup qualifier against Bafana at Cape Coast Stadium after the South African Football Association stopped a protest.
In particular, the punishment granted to Ghana will be under audit following the dismays shown by SAFA after the game.
The Black Stars’ restricted success empowered them to arrive at the African World Cup end of the season games, expelling South Africa at the highest point of the gathering on objectives scored.
SAFA made the “formal objection” on Monday about “problematic choices” made by the match authorities in Sunday’s 1-0 loss by Ghana.
Bafana required an attract to arrive at the third and last round of African fitting the bill for the 2022 World Cup, however Ghana won with the punishment.
SAFA raised worries over the authenticity of the choice and the presentation of the directing group from Senegal, headed up by ref Maguette Ndiaye.
The punishment was granted after Ghana’s Leicester City midfielder Daniel Amartey went down after what seemed negligible contact from protector Rushine de Reuck, who was reserved for his test.
However, it is presently evident that the punishment was granted after Amartey went down after the weighty pulling down from safeguard de Reuck.
Close video replays have shown that South African safeguard Rushine de Reuck hauled Ghana’s Daniel Amartey with two hands which brought about the arbitrator granting an extra shot to the Black Stars in their conclusive 2022 World Cup qualifier on Sunday.