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AFCON 2021: Why Ref Stop The Tunisia Mali Match In 89 Minutes

AFCON 2021: Why Ref Stop The Tunisia Mali Match In 89 Minutes

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Summary of last 5 minutes of Tunisia v Mali in AFCON 2021.

  • Ref blows the whistle for full time on 85 min.
  • Restarts the play.
  • Sends off a Mali player in the 87th min.
  • VAR tells the ref it’s not a red.
  • Ref rejects the VAR decision.
  • Ref blows again for full time on 89.40min

Tunisian coach Mondher Kebaier ran onto the Limbe Omnisport Stadium pitch after referee blown the final whistle in 89 minutes during Tunisia vs Mali at the AFCON 2021.

Cameroon’s AFCON 2021 day-three match between Tunisia and Mali was full of blunder during the second half because of the referee.

What Referee Did during Tunisia vs Mali match

The referee who’s name is Janny Sikazwe blew the whistle before the 90 minutes are up.

First, he tries to blow the final whistle after 85 minutes, then he gives El Bilal Toure a red card when he barely touched the Tunisia player.

According to the VAR checks, two penalties, and a red card and he ended up with no stoppage time.

Tunisian coach Mondher Kebaier became angry with the decision to finish the game with no additional time.

The referee is now feeling the heat from Tunisia fans and football lovers around the world.

The question on the street is:

Why Did Ref Stop The Tunisia Mali Match In 89 Minutes?

The Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe blew the full time whistle at 85 minutes then restarted the game and blew it again in the 89th minute because his time stopped working on the pitch.

At the time of this writing, Mali won 1-0 against Tunisia thanks to a penalty scored by Ibrahima Kone. Drama.

Corruption

The game could be one of those fixed matches. According to the information gathered by Mandy News, In 2018, he was suspended because he was suspected of corruption, after a game where he made a mistake that helped the ES Tunis to win.

AFCON 2021: Why Ref Stop The Tunisia Mali Match In 89 Minutes
Mohammed Salah with the ball during Nigeria vs Egypt in 2017 AFCON qualifiers.

In 2017, he refereed the match between Nigeria and Egypt and ended the game during a goal-scoring chance for Mohammed Salah in the qualifiers.

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