Wednesday 27 October 2021
The International Football Association (FIFA) has ended the controversy surrounding the Algerian national team’s match with its host Djibouti national team, in the fifth round of Group A of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The Algerian Federation stated on its official website today, Wednesday, that FIFA decided to hold the match at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday, November 12th.
The same source indicated that the confrontation will be led by Benin referees, led by the referees of the square, Gendo Luis Hongnandi, and the assistants of Eric Ulrich Omar Imafo, and Agustin Gudogbo Jugbemdi, while Issa Mohamed was chosen as the fourth referee.
It is noteworthy that the Algerian national team leads the first group with 10 points, ahead of Burkina Faso on goal difference, while Djibouti is bottom of the group without credit.
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