Cameroon women are set to face disciplinary action following their 3-0 defeat to England in the ongoing women’s World Cup.
Cameroon played England on Sunday as they differed with the referee on the goals awarded to their opponents.
Alain Djeumfa who the is the Cameroon manager accused the officials of a miscarriage of Justice as Isha Johansen a member of African football executive committee says she is proud of all African teams.
Johansen continues by saying that their behavior did not only portray badly the image of African women’s football but also African football at large as she called for the necessary punishment against them.
Sierra Leone officials called on CAF to take the necessary actions against them even if FIFA fails to pursue a case against them.
Cameroon disagreed with three decisions from the VAR assistant during the match with the first one being a back pass that saw England being awarded a direct free kick. England took the lead from the free kick.
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England took a 2-0 lead before the first half stoppage when their goal was allowed even after complains of an offside. Cameroon protested the decision once again.
Rather than restarting the match, the players gathered around for some time before taking the kick off.
In the second half, Ajara Nchout’s goal was denied following a decision by the VAR for offside. The players could be seen upset forcing a temporary halt of the game.