The Ghana Football Association has protested to FIFA over the performance of referee Daniel Bennett in a World Cup qualifier against Uganda, saying he denied the Ghanaians a legitimate late goal and also a penalty. The GFA says it wants the game to be replayed.
FIFA ordered South Africa's 2-1 win over Senegal last November to be scratched out and the game replayed after Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey was found guilty of fixing for giving South Africa a penalty for a non-existent handball. Lamptey was banned for life, and the replay could help Senegal qualify for the World Cup. Burkina Faso, which could be denied a place in Russia because of the South Africa-Senegal replay, has appealed FIFA's decision, arguing that ordering a replay is unfair on the other teams in the group.
Source: Daily Mail