debtIFA Banned Uruguayan Players Fernando Muslera When Joss Mara Gimnes For being aggressive with match officials when the team was excluded from last month’s World Cup, each of their four games on Friday.
veteran Edinson Cavani When Diego Godon FIFA said in its disciplinary verdict that the next time Uruguay plays, it must also be served with a one-match suspension.
According to FIFA, all players must do community service in football projects and pay fines of up to 20,000 Swiss francs ($21,600).
The confusion was exacerbated by Uruguay’s failure to advance to the last 16 in Qatar, despite a 2-0 win over Ghana in their final group stage match on December 2.
The Uruguayan Football Federation has also been fined 50,000 Swiss francs ($54,000) and has to close part of its stadium for one home game.
A FIFA disciplinary judge ruled that the federation was “responsible for the discriminatory behavior of its supporters and for misconduct, offensive behavior and violations of the principles of fair play by its players”.
Uruguayan players face off against German referee Daniel Siebert After the final whistle at Al Janoub Stadium.
They believed Uruguay should have been awarded a penalty kick in injury time. One more goal and Uruguay, not South Korea, would have advanced to the last 16.
South Korea instead stepped forward and created one of the most memorable images of the World Cup.
As Uruguay and Ghana play injury time on the streets of Doha, South Korea’s players and staff gather in the center circle after their 2-1 win over Portugal to watch their rivals play on their mobile phones and see who advances as runners. I waited for Enter Group H.
Cavani, Godon and goalkeeper Muslera each made their fourth World Cup appearance, while Gimnes made his third.
Uruguay have yet to announce their opponents for their international break match later in March.