Do you remember that refree who was officiating game between Bafana-Bafana and Ghana, for FIFA world Cup qualifying, look what had just happened to him. Many thought it will be over for match official Ndiaye Maguette after he allegedly made mistakes on the game he was officiating between Bafana-Bafana and Ghana.
The referee who gave Ghana a penalty has started suffering the consequences, with new evidence found
According to KickOff.com, Senegalese ref N'Diaye Maguette is as of now feeling the consequences of his questionable penalty grant during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier among Ghana and South Africa. According to KickOff.com, Maguette was questionable in his dealing with and ensuing granting of the penalty that gave the Black Stars the choosing goal which got their section into the end of the season games round.
Bafana-Ghana penalty saga: FIFA will review complaint received from SAFA As per reports emerging from the Assembled Realm, FIFA will survey an objection got from the South African Football Association (SAFA) in regards to Bafana's 0-1Ghana in a Soccer World Cup qualifier on Sunday. The concluding goal came from the penalty spot in the most questionable design when South African safeguard Rushine De Reuck was decided to have fouled Daniel Amartey, before the Ghana midfielder tumbled to the ground in thrilling style.
Senegalese referee N'Diaye Maguette who officiated the match between The Black stars of Ghana and Bafana Bafana in a 2022 FIFA Qatar world cup qualifier match, has been punished by the world governing body and CAF due to his favoritism in the important encounter as reported on www.kingfut.com. Former South African top professional referee Ace Ngcobo proved that He( Senegalese referee)was biased in his decision-making in that game as 90,2% of his decisions went against Bafana Bafana as reported on www.goal.com.
BAFANA LATEST- FIFA has agreed to open an investigation into the Ghana/SA World Cup qualifier after @SAFA_net lodged a complaint against the referee of the match - Maguette Ndiaye, who awarded a controversial penalty, leading to a 1-0 win for Ghana. South African football fans were happy with the referee and they also accused him of receiving a brown envelope after the game.
“Senegalese football official Ndiaye Maguette could receive a lifetime ban from refereeing after his shocking performance in Bafana’s loss against ghana Senegalese refree Ndiaye Maguette may be subjected to a lifelong suspension of refree if the South African Football association’s proceedings against him are upheld by FIFA.
It was a clear penalty!' says Ghana captain Ayew, who supports the on-field decision of the referee. Andre Ayew, Ghana's star forward, believes referee Ndiaye Maguette made the correct judgment in awarding Ghana a penalty against Bafana Bafana.Bafana Bafana only needed to avoid defeat to proceed to the final round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, which will take place in March next year.
Bafana Bafana captain Ronwen Williams reveals how he felt "targeted" by Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette in a controversial defeat to Ghana. Maguette has come under scrutiny for numerous controversial decisions resulting in SAFA making an official complaint to FIFA alleging that the match was manipulated. "The referee came to me in the tunnel before the match and said that he would book me for time-wasting," Williams said.So, going into the game I knew in the back of my mind that I'm a target," Williams said.
With the aid of Ghana, Senegalese boss Hugo Broos has criticized Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette for turning a blind eye to the 'aggressive' football. The Bafana Bafana lost 1-zero to the Black Stars of Ghana in Cape Town, eliminating them from the 2022 International Cup qualifiers play-offs.
Bafana tasted rout interestingly under lead trainer Hugo Broos against Ghana at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Sunday, finishing their odds of progressing to the following round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. AS IT HAPPENED | Bafana 0-1 Ghana Andre Ayew's sketchy punishment got a 1-0 triumph and the extremely significant three focuses for the Black Stars to depose South Africa as Group G pioneers and take care of business for the last round of qualifiers for the worldwide masterpiece competition in Qatar one year from now (21 November - 18 December).
In a tense loss to Ghana on Sunday, Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Ronwen Williams said that he felt "aimed" at by Senegalese official Ndiaye Maguette. The Maguette has been criticized for a number of questionable rulings, prompting SAFA to file an official protest with FIFA, claiming that the encounter was rigged.