FIFA banned Uruguay gamers Fernando Muslera and José María Giménez for 4 video games every on Friday for aggressively confronting match officers when the crew was eradicated from the World Cup final month.
Veterans Edinson Cavani and Diego Godín should additionally serve one-game bans when Uruguay subsequent performs, FIFA mentioned in disciplinary verdicts.
The gamers should all perform group service on a soccer challenge and pay fines of as much as 20,000 Swiss francs ($21,600), FIFA mentioned.
Dysfunction flared when Uruguay didn’t advance to the spherical of 16 in Qatar regardless of beating Ghana 2-0 in its remaining group-stage recreation on Dec. 2.
The Uruguayan soccer federation was additionally fined 50,000 Swiss francs ($54,000) and should shut a few of its stadium for one dwelling recreation.
FIFA disciplinary judges dominated the federation “was chargeable for the discriminatory conduct of its supporters in addition to for the misconduct, offensive conduct and violation of the ideas of truthful play” by gamers.
Uruguay gamers confronted German referee Daniel Siebert after the ultimate whistle at Al Janoub Stadium.
They believed Uruguay ought to been awarded a penalty kick in stoppage time. Another purpose scored would have despatched Uruguay to the spherical of 16 as a substitute of South Korea.
South Korea superior as a substitute and created one of the vital memorable photographs of the World Cup.
As Uruguay and Ghana performed out stoppage time throughout the town in Doha, South Korean gamers and workers gathered within the middle circle after their 2-1 win over Portugal to look at on cellphones as their rivals performed and waited to find who would advance as runner-up in Group H.
Cavani, Godín and goalkeeper Muslera had been every enjoying at their fourth World Cup and Giménez was at his third.
Uruguay has not but introduced its opponents for video games within the late March worldwide break.
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This story was initially printed January 27, 2023 2:18 PM.