World Cup Qualifiers:New proof of Match Fixing is level against Ghana by SAFA

South African Football Association(SAFA) is said to have found another material that focuses to point out the manipulation between referee Ndiaye Maquette and the Ghana Football Association.

As per South African media source, Sunday news, it is supposed that an anonymous GFA capo visited the Senegalese ref preceding Ghana’s FIFA World Cup qualifier against South Africa, which was played fourteen days prior.

SAFA has blamed the GFA for enjoying match-fixing with ref Ndiaye after South Africa lost the game 1-0 in Cape Coast.

In a match that figures out who qualifies from Group G for the play-off cycle, a penalty goal gave Ghana the edge over the Bafana Bafana of South Africa.

Ndiaye granted the Black Stars a penalty after Rushine De Reuck pulled Daniel Amartey during a corner to keep the last option from scoring from a bounce back. Andre Ayew committed no error to give predominant Ghana the success.

After the difficult loss, SAFA was not satisfied with the Referee’s performance and handed series of evidence to FIFA with cases of match fixing.

Part of the allege match fixing evidence by Sunday News pinpoint that new evidence has been tracked down and it reads:

“The South African Football Association (SAFA) are exploiting data doing the rounds in West Africa that a top Ghanaian Football Federation Association official visited Senegal preceding the dubious FIFA Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier against South Africa in the Cape Coast city of Ghana fourteen days prior.”

Sunday news further showed that SAFA has added the alleged new proof to their appeal to FIFA.

“SAFA authorities have attached this new material in their appeal to FIFA”

SAFA need the game to be replayed, the GFA has as of now sent their reaction and presently a hotly anticipated decision from FIFA has kept the two relationship in tension.

The following is an image of Sunday News’ Publication

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