A team of Egyptian referees led by Mahmoud Al-Banna to manage the match between Tunisia and Mauritania in the African Nations


The African Confederation has chosen an Egyptian referee team led by Mahmoud Al-Banna to manage the confrontation between Mauritania and Tunisia, which will be held at six oclock tomorrow evening, Sunday, in the second round of the 2021 African Nations Cup, which will be held in Cameroon from January 9 to February 6.

The Egyptian team of referees includes Mahmoud Al-Banna, referee of the square, Mahmoud Abu Al-Regal, Ahmed Hossam Taha, assistant referee, Mohamed Maarouf, fourth referee, Mahmoud Ashour, fugitive, and Ahmed Al-Ghandour, assistant referee.

The match is considered very difficult due to the atmosphere surrounding the meeting after the events of the Tunisia-Mali confrontation, which the referee Sikazwe ended before its time and calculated it as sufficient for Mali to win with a goal.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) issued an official statement on Friday, commenting on the crisis in the Tunisia-Mali match last Wednesday. CAF collects all necessary reports from match officials, CAF sends these documents to the relevant bodies at this stage “Kaf is not in a position to make further comments until the responsible bodies indicate the next steps.” Sikazuri’s decision angered the national team players. Tunisia and the technical staff led by Munther El-Kabir, which led to a state of quarrels inside the “Limbe Stadium”, but the referee was taken out under heavy security guard.


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