Fifa has opened disciplinary complaints in opposition to Cameroon following their Ladies’s World Cup last-16 loss to England in Valenciennes.
World soccer’s governing physique is investigating Cameroon for workers misconduct, offensive behaviour and ravishing play breaches.
Sunday’s recreation used to be marred by Cameroon’s reaction to two video assistant referee choices, and by unhappy challenges.
“It didn’t if truth be told feel cherish soccer,” acknowledged England boss Phil Neville afterwards.
A Fifa assertion acknowledged: “Following the round of 16 match between Cameroon and England on the 23 June at the Fifa Ladies’s World Cup 2019, we’ll have the option to verify that complaints possess now been opened by the Fifa disciplinary committee in opposition to the Cameroonian Soccer Affiliation.”
Earlier this week, Isha Johansen, chair of the Confederation of African Soccer’s females’s soccer committee, acknowledged shewished an investigationto be opened.
Johansen, who’s additionally the president of the Sierra Leone Soccer Affiliation, instructed BBC Sport it used to be an “embarrassing relate”.
There used to be an on-pitch thunder by Cameroon’s avid gamers after England’s 2nd design, scored by Ellen White, used to be awarded by VAR.
Cameroon had been additionally visibly upset when, with the bag at 2-0, Ajara Nchout’s design used to be dominated out for offside, all over again by VAR.
They had been fortunate to enact the recreation with 11 avid gamers on the pitch after Yvonne Leuko used to be utterly booked for an apparent elbow on England winger Nikita Parris, Augustine Ejangue perceived to spit on Toni Duggan and Alexandra Takounda used to be lucky to be confirmed utterly a yellow card for a studs-up relate on captain Steph Houghton in stoppage time.
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