Player in Japan, ten-to-play players are suspended for racist gesture against hong Kong
December 23, 2019 21:04
23-12-19 at 21:04
Recent updated: 25 minutes ago
Update: 25 minutes ago
Defender Sayed Baqer from Bahrain on Tuesday by FIFA for five-matches, suspended because of a racist act in the world CHAMPIONSHIP kwalificatieduel hong Kong. He also received a fine of 30,000 Swiss francs (or more than 27.000 euros).
The 25-year-old Baqer after the match on the 14th of november, a spleetooggebaar head in the direction of the fans inside the Hong Kong Stadium. The incident happened at the time that the players in the field and left the area.
This is the first time that FIFA used to have a similar penalty will apply. In July of this year, some of the wereldvoetbalbond now harsher sanctions for racism and discrimination, both on the field and in the stadium.