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African Cup of Nations see video error by the referee in Tunisia vs Mali to finish before the match | Soccer curiosities

by archysport

The Mali national team began its journey in the Africa Cup that is played in Cameroon with a victory this Wednesday by 0-1 against Tunisia, in a match in which the referee, the Zambian Janny Sikazwe, whistled twice for the final before the end of the regulation time. The first, when there were still five minutes to play before reaching the mandatory ninety.

A decision that provoked angry protests from both the players and the Tunisian bench, which led the referee to resume the contest. But, shortly after, the referee returned to whistle the end before time. He stopped the match to review in the video images the action that cost Malian striker El Bilal Toure to be sent off at 88 minutes and decided that the match was over with 15 seconds remaining to the end of ninety.

A bizarre panorama that ended when, forty minutes after the end of the match, the Malian players jumped onto the pitch again to dispute the time remaining.

The Tunisian team did not, who did not return to the field of play, nor did the referee Janny Sikazwe, who was replaced by the fourth official, who was in charge of definitively ending the match.

What happened put football in the background, in a match in which Mali won with a penalty goal in the 48th minute from striker Ibrahima KonΓ©. While the Tunisian team had the opportunity to equalize in the 77th minute with a penalty shot by Wahbi Khazri that was stopped by Malian goalkeeper Ibrahim Mounkoro.

EFE

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