FIFA's President Gianni Infantino, talking at the remarkable general get together of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in Cairo, Egypt, said that VAR (Video right hand official) will be being used for the last phase of the mainland's qualifiers.
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Bafana have been hard finished by questionable refereeing choices in two qualifiers, in the course of recent months. On one event, TV replays showed Percy Tau scored what resembled an authentic objective, and it was prohibited. On another event, South Africa lost a match after a questionable punishment was granted against them.
All things considered, in the event that VAR was accessible for these two matches, South Africa would be one stage away from meeting all requirements for the worldwide masterpiece in Qatar toward the finish of 2022.
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The awful news for the 10 nations who are through to the last stage is that have nations, in accordance with a choice by CAF, should have VAR accessible for matches. Nations who can't consent will relinquish home benefit and the match will be played at an elective setting.
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