FIFA begin disciplinary action against Cameroon after England defeat

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FIFA begin disciplinary action against Cameroon after England defeat

FIFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon when associate degree fussy 3-0 loss to England within the last sixteen of the women’s World Cup on Sunday, throughout that they reacted furiously to 2 power unit selections.

Several Cameroon players remonstrated with the referee and for a protracted time refused to restart the match when England’s second goal was dominated offside then allowed when a power unit review.

Cameroon then thought they'd force a goal back early within the half, however power unit additional} dominated against them for a marginal offside - sparking more chaotic scenes.

Cameroon defender theologiser Ejangue conjointly spat on the arm of England forward Toni Duggan.

 

The FIFA proceedings against the Cameroonian soccer Association cowl “alleged breaches associated with article fifty two (team misconduct) and article fifty seven (offensive behaviour and honest play) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code,” world soccer’s administration aforementioned in a very statement on Wednesday.

Cameroon coach Alain Djeumfa pointed the finger at the referee, line of work the defeat a “miscarriage of justice”.

England manager Phil Neville heavily criticised the behaviour of his side’s opponents when the competition, that concerned robust challenges throughout as well as one horrific tackle on England’s Steph Houghton.

“I am fully and completely shamefaced of the opposition,” the previous Manchester United player aforementioned. “If that was my team - and it'll ne'er be any of my players - they'd ne'er play for England once more.”

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