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PSSI Will Send a Protest Regarding the Performance of Referee Nasrullo Kabirov

PSSI Will Send a Protest Regarding the Performance of Referee Nasrullo Kabirov

Several controversial decisions occurred in the  Indonesian U-23  and Qatar U-23 national team matches. Because they felt aggrieved, PSSI confirmed that Indonesia would protest against the leadership of referee  Nasrullo Kabirov .

The match between Indonesia and Qatar in Group A of  the 2024 U-23 Asian Cup  was played at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Monday (15/4/2024) evening WIB. Garuda Muda lost with a score of 0-2 to hosts Qatar.

Qatar’s first goal was created in the 45+1 minute through Khaled Ali’s penalty. Meanwhile, the second goal scored by Ahmed Al Rawi came in the 54th minute.

The Indonesian camp felt that they had suffered a lot from referee Kabirov’s decision. Apart from the penalty, the red card for Ivar Jenner also received more attention. Check out the more complete review below,  Bolaneters .

PSSI will send a letter of protest

Indonesia was awarded a penalty after Rizky Ridho collided with a Qatari player. Ridho was in a walking backwards position and did not see the Qatar players. Meanwhile, Ivar Jenner left the field because of two yellow cards.

“This is not the end,” said PSSI Chairman, Erick Thohir, on his Instagram account.

“We played according to our hearts. We, PSSI, will send a letter of protest
to Ivar’s red card, it shouldn’t be a red card. “We are protesting,” continued the figure who is also Minister of BUMN.

Even so, Erick doesn’t want Indonesian players to continue thinking about Kabirov’s leadership in the duel against Qatar. “But don’t let this game ruin your focus,” he said.

Shin Tae-yong Called Kabirov’s Leadership Like Comedy

Erick Thohir is not the only party who is disappointed with Kabirov’s leadership. The coach, Shin Tae-yong, was also very disappointed with the performance of the referee from Tajikistan. He said what happened on the field was not football.

“The players have tried to play their best, especially since we are outnumbered and don’t give up easily,” said the coach from South Korea.

“But many of the referee’s decisions throughout the match, if you look at it, it’s not a football match, it’s a comedy show and it’s very excessive,” said Shin Tae-yong.

Schedule and standings for Group A 2024 U-23 Asian Cup Qualification

Monday, April 15, 2024

  • Australia 1-1 Jordan
  • Qatar 2-0 Indonesia

Thursday, April 18, 2024

  • 20.00 WIB: Indonesia vs Australia
  • 22.30 WIB: Jordan vs Qatar

Sunday, April 21, 2024

  • 20.00 WIB: Qatar vs Australia
  • 20.00 WIB: Jordan vs Indonesia

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