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Senegal celebrates qualifying for the World Cup in exchange for an Egyptian heartbreak

The Confederation of African Football clarified what will happen after the Egyptian Federation complained to its Senegalese counterpart after the events of yesterday’s match.

The Egyptian team lost its chance to be in the World Cup after losing to Senegal 3-1 on penalties.

A source from CAF told “We submitted a complaint to the Egyptian Federation to the International Federation, as it is responsible for the match.”

He added, “According to the regulations, if violations are proven, Senegal will be punished, and the closest is to play matches on its soil without a public presence, with financial penalties.”

The Egyptian national team filed a complaint with the match observer, the security official, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the International Federation (FIFA) against what was done by the fans of the Senegal team.

And the Egyptian Federation announced through its account:

The Egyptian Football Association submitted an official complaint against its Senegalese counterpart to the match observer, security official, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the International Football Association (FIFA), before the start of the two teams match, which comes in the second leg of the World Cup qualifying round.

The Egyptian team was subjected to racism after offensive banners appeared in the stadium stands for the players, specifically Mohamed Salah, the team leader. This was documented with pictures and videos that were attached to the complaint.

After the match, Gamal Allam, head of the Egyptian Federation, told Ontime Sports: “We expect the result of the complaint we submitted, a financial penalty or a transfer of matches, but the result was settled and Senegal qualified for the World Cup.”

Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana, Cameroon and Senegal qualified for Africa for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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