The Black Stars of Ghana crushed Bafana 1-0 in the last match of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Group G in Cape Coast on November 14, and it was the West Africans who exceptional to the following round.
Thusly, South Africa's aspirations of meeting all requirements for the following year's finals finished, however the South African Football Association then, at that point, recorded a dissent letter to Fifa over the lead of Senegalese ref Maguette Ndiaye, who administered the game.
Football's reality overseeing body is relied upon to give a decision on that claim which has made grating among Safa and the Ghanaian Football Association.
Broos, who assumed responsibility for Bafana in May this year, feels that Ndiaye may be suspended and a rematch won't be requested by Fifa.
"Fifa met on Tuesday. We anticipate a choice throughout this week," Broos told HLN Sportcast as per Ghana Guardian.
"It's not just with regards to the extra shot, it's with regards to the entire game. The arbitrator settled on 71 choices, 47 of which were foul. The investigation has shown that. Furthermore, 90% of those 47 wrong choices were against us."
"You must have the option to demonstrate something to that effect clearly. Is it accurate to say that he was paid off? Is it accurate to say that he wasn't compelled? Or then again was he simply having a downright awful day?" the Belgian strategist inquired.
"The numbers are there, yet is that enough for Fifa? I for one figure that it will stay with a suspension for the arbitrator and that we ought not rely on a replay."
Bafana completed second on the Group G standings - level focuses with Ghana and with a similar objective distinction, who won the gathering because of predominant objectives scored.
Fifa has affirmed that the draw for the third round will occur in January 2022 while the matches will be played in March around the same time.
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