FIFA fines Senegal 6 million for harassing Egyptian players

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FIFA Disciplinary Committee Senegal fined about 6 million baht. He played one match at home behind closed doors. After failing to control their own fans in the World Cup play-off game that won Egypt on penalties in March.

The International Football Federation ( FIFA ) has ordered a fine. Senegal Football Federation amounting to 143,000 pounds or about 6.2 million baht. A closed-field home game after their fans Showing improper behavior in the 2022 World Cup. Africa play-off game against Egypt on Tuesday March 29. 

At the Dianiadio Olympic Stadium in Dakar. Local fans cheered for the 50,000-seat team. After their first game was defeated 1-0 before they won 1-0. Together causing the aggregate score to draw 1-1 having to continue playing in extra time. But can’t do anything So had to decide on penalties. Which was Senegal who won 3-1. 

After the game, the Mummies Football Association Unhappy with the constant harassment by the home team. Their buses were thrown into broken glass and injured. During the warm-up and after the match including laser shooting Disturbing the players and their captain Mohamed Salah. All the time on the field and in the penalty shootout.  Fifa ‘s disciplinary committee recently investigated the matter. The hosts are guilty of not being able to control their own fans. Therefore ordered to adjust the money. 

Where they face hosts Qatar the Netherlands and Ecuador in the first round. Where the World Cup will take place this winter to comply with the weather conditions of Qatar.