4 Angry Uruguayan Players Charged By FIFA

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Four Uruguay players went berserk after the game against Ghana, where they were knocked out of World Cup 2022. FIFA prosecuted the organizers of Le Celeste.

Launching the Daily Mail, FIFA charged four Uruguayan players who were angry with the referee, after the match against Ghana, last Friday (3/12/2022). Those who were angry were Edinson Cavani, Jose Gimenez, Diego Godin and Fernando Muslera.

In that match, Uruguay only won 2-0 over Ghana, which ultimately made Luis Suarez et al fail to advance to the round of 16 World Cup 2022. Uruguay was unable to compete with South Korea, which at the same time won over Portugal.

Uruguayan players raged at the referee Daniel Siebert, who was accused of harming Uruguay several times in scoring goals. Because Uruguay can qualify for the last 16 if they win at least 3-0 over Ghana at Al Janoub Stadium.

The players were seen protesting loudly to the referee World Cup 2022. In fact, Cavani broke the VAR monitor when he was about to enter the stadium hall.

The Uruguayan’s actions were later deemed “offensive behavior and violated the basic principles of fair play” by FIFA. On Monday (5/12), FIFA dropped charges against them.

FIFA’s own indictment did not specify a deadline. The Uruguay Federation is also threatened with fines, which FIFA also did not explain.



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